CHAOSLAB by APO33
experience #2 (HAKART): random evolution & aperiodic bifurcation workshop
Chaotic systems are not as predominent as indeterminacy. Chaoslab creates sensitive dependence on initial conditions, devices and inputs by having evolution through phase space (installation/workshop within a place) that appears to be quite random. Our Chaotic models seem to be deployed to ascertain various kinds of activities related to bifurcation points (uncontrolled steps of evolution within the workshop), period doubling sequences (or should we said multiple sequences), the onset of chaotic dynamics proposed by the participants, the strange attractors between sources, filters, amplifications, connections and other denizens of the chaos zoo of hacked behaviors.
Chaoslab erase the lower limit on how small change or perturbation can be—the smallest of effects will eventually be amplified up within the whole process. This act of amplification depend on the nature of particular kinds of nonlinear dynamics—those which exhibit stretching and folding (confinement) of trajectories, where there are no trajectory crossings, and which exhibit aperiodic orbits—apparently open the door for quantum effects to change the behavior of chaotic macroscopic systems.
Is CHAOSLAB a real phenomenon?
Aside from irregular behavior of real-world, ie everyday life systems of maintenance, CHAOSLAB is also invoked to explain features like the actual trajectories exhibited in a given state space or the sojourn times (2 to 4 days) of trajectories in particular regions of state space.
a place, some spaces
somes periodicities, a given duration (theorically)