The Mandelbrot triplet's is a brief experimental sketch into resolution, the film is composed of 3 sections, and they are as follows:
1: analog: a video recording of a fractal image on screen, for this the camera was slowly rotated and zoomed in, showing the pixels getting larger and larger as the image becomes blurry beyond any readable form.
2: digital: taking a still image of the Mandelbrot fractal and zooming in. the image begins to pixelate as the pixels per inch is drastically reduced.
3: vector: the original recording of the Mandelbrot fractal, showing the complexity and infinite scale of the original video.
These different methods of zooming yields 3 different aesthetic results where focus, color, and pixel size react in very different ways on the same image. Although the medium is the message, there are variations of form in that message.