Andres Koort will open his personal exhibition Chaos and Order in Hobusepea gallery at 18:00 on Wednesday, July 27th, 2022. Exhibition will be open until August 22nd, 2022.
The title Chaos and Order refers to the two opposite forces and the motion between these two states. Etymologically, the word „chaos“ is related to Greek verb „χαίνω“ that denoted the yawning emptiness, void, gap. This is the initial existence of non-existence of things; a state consisting of a potential, a yearning for getting structured. This is the commencement phase of things charged with pure energy, the birth moment of all things. Also, exact sciences study the essence of „chaos“. According to the theory of chaos, there are a systematic ground structure, constant feedback, repetitions, self-resemblance, fractals and self-organization behind the seemingly random behaviour of chaotic complex system.
Andres Koort focuses on chaos and order in his artwork, whilst working with repetitions, self-resemblance, self-organization and the metaphor of butterfly effect according to which a tiny change in one state can result in large differences in a later state.
Exhibitions in Hobusepea gallery are supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Estonian Ministry of Culture and Liviko Ltd.
Sirje Petersen will open her personal exhibition Flow of Light in Draakon gallery at 18:00 on Monday, July 25, 2022. Exhibition will be open until August 19, 2022.
Light shows us colours.
What’s out comes in and what’s in gets out.
Openness and closeness.
Light helps us to see details
and light makes darkness go away.
Everyone has a place and a space in this world,
sometimes it is warm and cosy, sometimes cold and bleak.
Sometimes it is noisy, sometimes it is too silent.
Always changing – in light and in shadow.
No-one can grow in darkness.
It becomes possible in light.
Darkness may seem endless but a ray of light can always lit it up
and make everything alive.
There is no absolute reference system. Everything is relative, even the flow of time.”
Exhibition is supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.
Exhibitions in Draakon gallery are supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Estonian Ministry of Culture and Liviko Ltd.
E, K-P 11.00–18.00
Hobusepea 2, Tallinn, 10133
Pikk 18, Tallinn, 10133