Chaos and order, 2017
b/w photo paper 25x60cm (8h exposure)
8 analogue photographs, resembling horizons in nature, are an outcome of a personal interest in chaos theory, which is projected in everyday life. Our lives are more influenced by it than we can imagine.
Laser beam (stream of arranged photons) had been chosen as representation of the order. As representation of chaos non-newtonian fluid had been chosen fluid resembeling chaotic movement caused by infrasound. This fluid was afterwards entering the stream of light which was exposing the photo paper. Pursuit of a record of chaos led to visually engaging images resembling horizons.