The “On the Edge of Chaos” series explores the border between chaos and order. I believe that some kind of chaotic situation can be quite inspirational, can be a fertile ground for creativity and the source of new ideas.
The border between chaos and order is the transition between searching and finding, or between looking and seeing. There, on the edge of chaos, concepts and ideas arise that fall outside the normal perspective with which one assesses images and sensations. This is a kind of positive approach to Chaos, like a the step before the birth, the birth of an idea, a feeling, an image. It’s a kind of path from deconstruction to construction.
I intended here to represent Chaos as the repetition of changing patterns in a non-ordered way.