Mathilde Thiennot – Khaos Kronik

February 28 – May 30

The dichotomy of chaos and order has long been a subject of artistic exploration. Chaos represents unpredictability, disorder, and the absence of structure, while order represents organization, control, and harmony.

Both elements have the potential to evoke strong emotional responses in viewers, and can be used to convey different messages or moods in art.

Some artists may choose to embrace chaos, using it to express rebellion, freedom, or the impermanence of existence. Others may seek to impose order on their work, using symmetry, repetition, or geometry to create a sense of stability, balance, or beauty. The interplay between chaos and order is a rich source of inspiration for contemporary artists, who continue to explore this dynamic in new and innovative ways.