The Technological Mandala No. 2 by Leonardo Ulian is the lastest to come from this London-based artist. His work features carefully assembled computer pieces that come together to create a giant symmetrical mandala.
A Mandala, for those who are unfamiliar, is a geometric figure that represents the universe of Hindu and Buddhist symbolism. Leonardo uses the tiny computer components, microchips, circuitry and wiring to create his largest mandala yet. Leonardo also has many smaller versions of the mandala that you can check out on his website.
I think the best part about the piece that it is perfectly symmetrical, every piece that you see on one side is reflected on the other.
Circuit Board Symmetrical Figures
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