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Ever since I have finished Jordan Petersons : #12rulesforlife , this painting re
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Ever since I have finished Jordan Petersons : #12rulesforlife , this painting reminds me on the thin line we walk our whole life between chaos and order. . . #acryl#acrylic#acrylicart@kunsthaus_zuerich#kunsthauszurich#acrylicpainting#painting#schweiz#suisse#switzerland#art#work#abstract#abstractart#kunst#zürich#drawing#zurich#newyork#kaufleuten#abstract#abstractart#abstractpainting#newyorkart#kunst#contemporaryart#photooftheday#artgallery#artbasel#artblogger#paintingoftheday Order is a place or situation or state where things are predictable. You’re on solid ground and you know what will happen next. Too much order and this state can become boring, restrictive or even repressive. Too little order and there’s not enough structure for anything to exist at all. The right amount of order though, allows you to relax and feel comfortable (activation of the parasympathetic nervous system–sleep/relax/digest/rebuild system). Chaos is state or place where things are unpredictable and uncertain. They are outside or under the little islands of order we build around us. We don’t know that’s going to happen next, and that can make chaos quite thrilling. But chaos can also be destructive as well as creative. You are most interested when there’s just the right amount of chaos—maybe even excited. Too much chaos and you are overwhelmed, anxious and afraid (activation of the sympathetic nervous system–fight/flight system)
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