02-Inside Equations (2015-01-18)
I completed a third math and science-themed series on January 14, 1990: Construction 11 - Implicate Order. The term 'implicate order', coined by scientist and philosopher David Bohm, refers to the idea that what we call order or beauty is enfolded within what we call chaos—and only becomes recognizable when it emerges into our dimension. The texts are all poetic expansions of fundamental principles and paradoxes of modern physics. The background images are based on graphic representations of the Mandelbrot Set and fractal 'landscapes'. The gradient cube and the woman are two different conceptions of order, which, if one accepts Bohm's Theory, are enfolded both within each other and within the whole universe.
3-Along The Ragged
4-Given Two Paths