DIVISION : A MATHEMATIC OPERATION OF SPLITTING
DIE / VISION : _____________
THIS LP IS A BEAST TO HANDLE, BUT IT'S GONNA BE BIG, CONCEPTUAL, GREAT SOUNDING MASTERPIECE. I'M VERY THANKFUL FOR ALL THE GREAT MUSICIANS & ARTISTS FEATURING ME ON THIS RECORD, SO I'M GIVING THIS WORK MORE TIME TO ADJUST EVERYTHING IN PERFECTION. THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE.
RELEASE NOVEMBER 2022
"Chaos Theory" is an experimental multimedial visualization of three Acts (=EPs) with different perspectives, thoughts and impressions, sharing the same narrative: watching our sky falling down.
"Written", captured and produced by DIIVISION, featured artists give each song its own identity and style, drawing a wider picture of individuals witnessing the same night.
THE THEORY BEHIND
Since the beginning of the space age in 1957, tons of rockets, spacecraft and instruments have been launched to space. Initially, there was no plan for what to do with them at the end of their liFes. Since then, numbers have continued to increase and explosions and collisions in space have created hundreds of thousands of shard, COMMON KNOWN AS SPACE debris.
(Source: ESA; The current state of space debris (phys.org)
In 2020, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos started highly ambitioned a head to head race of conquering space. If we deal with space like we did with earth, by mainly disrespecting the nature of our environment and aim for the highest profits - How can we know we don't fuck up again?
"A new era of space has begun, in which large constellations of thousands of satellites are being launched to the skies. What this ‘New Space’ makes possible – global internet access, telecommunications – it also threatens, as a rapid increase in space traffic may dramatically increase the chance of collisions." - ESA Director Jan Wörner.
A critical hit and the following Kessler syndrome could make us loose control: If space turns into a chaotic system, humanity and every species after us will be locked on earth forever. We will be set back in our technology for years, damaging our economy in a way we never felt before.
But would it be bad? Could this scenario have a potential of rethinking technology, society and our way of life?