All is Flux is a single image (a photogram) capturing the shadows of a stream of water moving across the surface of still water. The work visualizes a flow that moves from one of relative order (laminar flow, water in a pipe) to one of apparent chaos (turbulence, milk swirling in coffee). Over and over the various flows expand and constrict with respect to structures in place. Think of riders coming from around a neighborhood (turbulence), traveling down stairs and escalators onto trains (laminar) and moving out again into the world in multiple directions. 

The photogram that is the basis of All is Flux was made at School of Light in downtown Los Angeles, with the guidance of Andrew Hall and the assistance of Pam Sidharta.