In traditional geometry, a line is one-dimensional, an area is two-dimensional, and a spatial entity is three-dimensional. For the fractal sets, the dimensionality can not be specified directly: If, for example, an arithmetic operation for a fractal line pattern continues thousands of times, over time the entire drawing surface (such as the screen of the computer) fills with lines, and the one-dimensional struc- ture approaches a two-dimensional.
In the picture series I try to arrange these Lichtenberg figures in certain geometries and patterns. In the pictures on which the figures are arranged in the grid it seems to be a kind of alphabet or font pattern.
The fractals break up the classic geometries and give them a new dimension.