In mathematics, a fractal is a non-regular geometric shape that presents a seemingly infinite series of patterns at every level of magnification. You often find them in nature, like clouds, snowflakes, blood vessels, and cauliflower. In Reykjavík, a FRAKTAL is a democratic, worker-run space that has taken up residence in the former Listastofan gallery. The cooperative offers work desks for artists to rent, event spaces, and in the future, there are plans for a vegan café, kitchen, and print shop. No math classes yet, though.
Visit FRAKTAL at Hringbraut 119.
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