Posted by: Gregoryno6 | August 5, 2012

The fractal as a therapeutic instrument… why not?

Dean Efthimiou, hypnotherapist to the southeastern suburbs of Melbourne, has just updated his website. Dean calls my fractal works ‘hypno art’, and he’s particularly interested in this item.

The full title is Experiments In Eye Strain, Part One: Do Not Adjust Your Set. It’s on display in my secondary gallery at FAA, The Room Off To The Side.

Perhaps Dean is speculating on clinical applications…

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  1. Excellent. It’s living and breathing. Saw it with me own eyes, I did.

    • Kind of slides around under your gaze. I know.


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