The Nature of God

The Nature of God is a visualisation of Trippy Everything’s a chain of questions about nature and its linkages to God.

“Isn’t this cosmos so vast that there is no body that has existed greater than? It is also massive as cosmos is crammed with multitudes of other mighty frames, nay, rather all the other bodies.
Yet, the cosmos itself is a moving body. Then, of what size must be the space where it moves? What kind of nature of the space must be? In order to be able to find a room for its continual course, the space must be far vaster than the cosmos, so moving elements wouldn’t be cramped for them and lose their motion.
And everything has its contrary. If the cosmos is a body, isn’t contrary to the body, bodiless? Space, then, also becomes bodiless. Bodiless must either be some godlike thing or God himself.”

Trippy Everything says "I do not create them, I simply observe them". Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are self-similar across different scales. They are created by repetitions of a simple process over and over in an ongoing feedback loop. Driven by recursion, fractals are images of dynamic systems – the pictures of Chaos. What intrigues the artist most about these fractal formations is that they exist naturally in mathematics.

The work is rendered using Mandelbulb 3D and edited in Adobe After Effects.

Text Reference: MEAD, G., 2018. The Corpus Hermeticum: Initiation Into Hermetics, The Hermetica Of Hermes Trismegistus, Kindle Edition: LULU COM.

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