Order/Disorder Movement is key to this 8 meter-high installation. Nine luminous circles continuously rotate in and out of each other, the... Read More
is key to this 8 meter-high installation. Nine luminous circles continuously
rotate in and out of each other, the largest of them having a diameter of 4
meters and the smallest just 70 centimeters.
The rotating rings are reminiscent of the rings you
might find around planets like Jupiter, Saturn, or the electrons circling around
an atom. The slow movement of the circles is almost hypnotizing: at one moment
they create an ordered pattern and then intersect in a disorderly manner the
next. Order and chaos endlessly follow each other in this kinetic work of art;
it has no beginning and no end. The movement is a constant rhythm with no end
The moving rings represent the dynamic and
rapidly-evolving world that we live in. Although we as humans sometimes lose
control and let chaos prevail, moments of peace and clarity always follow. Order
and chaos keep each other in balance like two sides of the same coin. We don’t
have to fear change because the world’s systems are incredibly adaptable; after
chaos, the order will be restored.