Chaos Series The Chaos Series is an extension of the Works in Motion Series. Working with the concept that natural order is chaos, I am exploring form and detail and looking at what first seems not to exhibit any sign of system, in fact, reveals order or pattern. Further, I am very interested in the process and result of stretching and distorting these forms to a breaking point. That is, if they may be infinitely stretched and distorted, in which instances do those forms begin to disintegrate and what new system might make itself apparent from this. The pieces shown here may be considered landscapes. Some may find certain pieces claustrophobic while other pieces feel to float with no real concept of ground. Further still, some pieces might exhibit the feeling of high speed or energy, while others might feel more stoic as a stone. Taking time, one might begin to notice detail and repetition within the form. Looking deeper, they may find new forms reveal themselves that at first were not apparent. These abstractions are an exploration of the Mandelbrot set as calculated in variations of it’s three dimensional form, the Mandelbub, which was solved by Daniel White and Paul Nylander. Specifically, I make use of a program called Mandelbulb 3D whereby a wide variety of formulas may be applied with variables to an infinite, three dimensional form. From here I can move a virtual camera into these forms, add lights, change color and make further changes to the environment inside to develop the compositions shown here.