I took apart a FujiFilm instant image down to its insides.
This is the developing ink cartridge that is at the bottom of the film. I cut it off of an undeveloped image and opened it. The first thing I realised were the patterns created by the thick alkali chemical developing solution; Fractals created in the process of opening the cartridge, This shows how air travels under pressure through a liquid on solid material and separates naturally. This organic structure which if looked closely enough at can resemble anything with a bit of imagination. To me this is very interesting it is these patterns that show the natural structure behind a lot of things (everything?); from fingerprints to lightening, the structure of our brains to the mycelial web underneath our feet. A translation of the simple yet widely complex nature of the world.
This symmetrical object represents the brain of the images I have made.