January 3  -  January 8, 2014

Chaos denotatively means lacking regular or logical order or arrangement, unruliness and chaos. This, in particular, refers to lack of any disciplined structure. In everyday language it has a negative connotation, meaning unorganized and inefficient.
In scientific definition, it is a mathematical concept with perhaps no way to precise explanation. But it can be considered the result of a sort of accidentalism and absolutism, i.e. the absolutism that does not take place due to external disorders but possesses an immanent state. Accidentalism comes from state of acquisition and results in anomaly and unexpectedness.
The main idea and the key to chaos is the hidden order in any instance of chaos. On this basis, in a phenomenon the order must not be sought in a single standard. In other words, a phenomenon that may be seen to be completely accidental and unexpected in local scale, may be quite dynamic and expectable in another scale.
The current collection is the result of a challenge between consciousness and unconsciousness, a challenge meant to lead the mind of the viewer to the meaning and concept taken from unconsciousness, the normal self-awareness that has been shaped based on subject and object, the subject that owes its subjectivity to the object and its interaction.
Alireza Nekuei Jan 2014