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THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT

In chaos theory the Butterfly Effect shows how a small influence in one part of the world can sweep cultures and change everything. The myth is that a butterfly beating it’s wings in New York can cause a storm in Tokyo. Paul Dirac said that when he sees beauty in his equations, he knows he’s on eht path of progress. This work questions if the science behind beauty in psysics also applies to visual art.


In visual art just as in music we become aware of conversations within conversations; we experience patterns, sequences, bridges, opposition and harmonies, we feel melodic, periodic, or melancholic as the work moves us. Music is a language, an acoustic language, just as visual language describes things whose subtlety is lost when explained in words. Since the intellect is but one mode of thinking, visual language expands the bandwidth tp include that which cannot be explained in words.


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