Fibonacci Chaos

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Fibonacci Chaos

1,800.00

"Fibonacci Chaos" is a mixed-media piece by artist, Amy Rader, that combines paint, digital manipulation techniques and collage that is stitched with metallic thread then coated with resin on a archival museum clayboard made in the USA. Size: 30x30

Available for movie art rental in Atlanta, GA
Available in custom sizes

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The hallmark of chaos is the phenomenon called 'sensitive dependence on initial conditions'. This is about the proverbial butterfly in Rio flapping its tiny wings and thereby causing a chain of events amplifying into a hurricane hitting Texas coast a few weeks later. In more mathematical terms the butterfly effect is characterized by an exponential dependence on initial conditions: a slight perturbation in the initial condition gets multiplied each timestep until the whole evolution is unrecognisable from the unperturbed evolution.