The burning process is done by burning one part of the match and then spreading by itself. This is due to the position of the paper attached to the wall and the arrangement of matches of the adjacent fire makes the fire spread faster. Burning on this work takes about 2 minutes / lbr of paper. In this work the remaining matches that are still attached to the paper are involved to be a visual element. The pattern of matching is based on the nature of the fire always heading up. The arrangement of the adjacent lighter as well as the grid deliberately displayed (not deleted) is intended as a regularity. While the combustion that is created is a mess that is created from regularity.
Here I intend to convey how time begins from an order that becomes a random pattern and then we frame by the thought of being something back into order. The idea is reinforced by the display of works that I arranged symmetrically. The selection of matches - wood as a catharsis of fire in this work I consider appropriate, because it is immediately burned out shortly after the fire was ignited. This is consistent with my original idea of ephemeral media usage.
In this work as a whole I would like to convey, that this whole universe is one unity. No difference. All connected, and not only that, all are one. This argument is supported by recent discoveries in physics. The smallest component of the universe is one and the same. Differences only appear in our eyes and mind. This unity is supported by harmony within the universe. Harmony means everything has a certain order. There are natural laws that govern everything. There has never been chaos and chaos, as humans have imagined. In addition, this work also reinforces the idea of another work which states that change is the only thing that is certain in the context of space and time.