Fractal Reactor, 2000, model/sculpture
As opposed to design, architecture and engineering's typical limiting factor, Euclidean Geometry.
Such are the premises and theories, aspirations and promises, of the scientartist, Todd Siler, a creator whose ideas and works I was first exposed to earlier this century.
It is sort of like he is whirling in an endless loop, circa 1974, with a push from 1999, that finally came around in its angular gyre to be monumentally relevant today.
Prius meets Logan's Run.
Chaos theory meets Three Mile Island.
The style and aesthetic, which may be an acquired taste for some, but is worth it, is generally close to O'Keefe meets Frankenthaler meets Kandinsky meets Duchamp meets earth science text book illustrations meets senseless doodling.
Some more of Siler's art for technology's sake: