Imagine an infinite space in which there are three triangles whose positions are determined by a set of randomly generate numbers. Because of its position, size, angle and distance from the others, each triangle contains 18 sets of numbers ranging from 1 to 10 digits. Each triangle and each point of each triangle is infinitely movable, and each move generates an additional and completely different set of numbers. Each combination, modified by a variant of the Mandelbrot Set, plots a line and determines its position, weight, color, curve, rotation, relationship to each other line and distance front-to-back within this infinite space.
Imagine, then, standing within or without the created object, your computer screen as a viewfinder with which you can zoom in or out, move up or down, even around, under, above or within, taking snapshots of your journey which are then post-processed into the images presented here.