The universe was once a chaotic mess of matter, pulling and pushing against itself until one day, from this chaos, came an explosion of life that created order. In early Greek and Norse mythology, there was a similar belief to this order coming from chaos and that the two elements were inseparable.
Chaos surrounds us. We are born and it is chaotic, we fall in love or out of love and it is chaotic, we live surrounded by it and we die amongst it. Humans have never entirely embraced chaos, deeming it untrustworthy and full of difficulty and pain, yet its importance and its nature are embedded in us in every way.
This is a project that documents the experience of chaos. A narrative of a type of chaos, ranging from insignificant and small moments, to large and more grand instances. It is about the emotional experience, the psychological imprint as much as the events that unfold.