This project, "Synthetic Reality," is a photographic exploration to challenge our understanding of reality's nature. Using mathematical principles and keen attention to detail, my images explore the fundamental patterns that shape our existence - from the microscopic to the cosmic. Through this exploration, I seek to offer a unique perspective on the blurred lines between reality and simulation, inviting viewers to consider the fundamental principles that govern our world. By playing with scale and fractal patterns, I hope to prompt reflection on the boundaries between what is natural and what is artificial."
In the context of simulation theory, Mandelbrot's work takes on a new significance. If our world is indeed a computer simulation, then it follows that there must be an underlying code that shapes the reality we experience. Fractals, with their repeating patterns and self-similarity, could be seen as evidence of this underlying code, suggesting that the complexity of our world can be reduced to a set of mathematical rules.