Fibonacci series is a mathematical sequence that gives out a fractal proportion (184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11…). The ratio can be mathematically expressed as 1:1.618. It is also called as the Golden ratio. The golden ratio forms the central basis for sacred geometry. Various celestial distances are said to be closer to the golden mean. For this reason, these numbers are called the divine numbers. The Fibonacci proportion has been used in arts from early Greek architecture to renaissance painting and to modernist art.
Arvind Sundar’s Blueprints To Impossible Structures is innately connected to this. The drawings, through their linear quality linger between the possibility and the impossibility of forms existing in the third dimension. These drawings are labyrinths where aesthetics of golden ratio occupies the space.