Fragments: One of a Thousand Ways to Defeat Entropy
A key term characterising the movement towards chaos.
In physics, probability theory, sociology and information technology.
The entropic end-state is nothing less than uniform oblivion, which recent art-theoretical discourse has associated with representations of melting and liquidification...an ocean of homogeneity.
The exhibition throws light on this inescapable tendency (declared to be the second law of thermodynamics), demonstrating that resistance to it can only be carried out by a creative person.
Only creators give birth to life energy that is capable of creating improbable structures.
The bearers of this power – artists, engineers, poets – are a small army, the guides of evolution, warriors with cosmic noise.
One of a Thousand Ways to Defeat Entropy
is a fantastic machine, a vessel, sailing in the expanding cosmos of the imagination, leaving behind works in space that allow us – for a second at least – to doubt the inevitable domination of entropy.