The Definition of Butterfly Effect:

The theory that small changes in a complex system can vary the outcome of a larger situation in the same system. The term butterfly was used when a mathematician/meteorologist, named Edward Norton Lorenz, explained the theory with the example of the wind from a butterfly's wings affecting the weather patterns elsewhere in the world in dramatic ways.

The Artist's Expression of the Butterfly Effect:

Amy Wieck will conceptualize this theory in an indoor installation sculpture project. Her goal is to create greater positive change through a series of smaller actions. Elements of the installation will utilize butterfly lifecasting, a term created by the artist to describe the act of creating a butterfly sculpture from the lifecast of a woman's torso. For Amy the Butterfly Effect is about change, transformation, hope and the cumulative effect of many little things causing larger results.

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