An interview with Lula Criado from CLOT magazine
'Fractal art is a scientific and algorithmic form of art which lies in complex mathematical and physics concepts. It is composed of geometric patterns which are translated into images, animations and computing. Harmony and colourful imaginary emerge from physic principles of chaos and order.
KIMA, created by Analema Group*, is an interactive piece of art in which geometric patterns, mapping, scientific research and music are merged to help us interact with sound.
KIMA holds the idea of a full sensorial and spatial experience to drive the public through a journey in which light, performance, music and colour make sound waves visual.'
read more http://www.clotmag.com/kima