**Laws of Chaos (2013)**

Painting / Drawing

Watch two bits of foam flowing side by side at the bottom of a waterfall. What can you guess about how close they were at the top? … random relationship between what goes into a system and what comes out, they assumed that they would have to build randomness into any realistic theory … a starting point was the Butterfly Effect. -James Gleick ‘Chaos’

If laws of physics can prove randomness of a bubble compositions, if laws of physics can prove mappings of leaf vessel structures than couldn't it prove human relationships and emotions? These pieces were an experimentation of water flow movement and asking the fundamental questions of non-physical human values.

If laws of physics can prove randomness of a bubble compositions, if laws of physics can prove mappings of leaf vessel structures than couldn't it prove human relationships and emotions? These pieces were an experimentation of water flow movement and asking the fundamental questions of non-physical human values.

*Each size is 60x60 cm on canvas. Contact for sale.