Fractal Exploration is a piece of research into the complex forms of Nature, comprising a video installation, a photographic edition, and theoretical work.

An element is called fractal when its motifs present similar forms at different scales. This rule is unfamiliar, but often observed in geology, meteorology or in the vegetable kingdom.
How to see a mountain in a grain of sand? Is it possible to judge the size of a cloud? Why does the Nile delta look exactly like a branch?
Samy questions the link between these different forms. Using microscope, camera and satellite imagery, he brings them down to the same level, varying their scale to offer a new way of perceiving them. Through this process, Samy encourages us to adopt an in-depth approach to Nature.