CHAOS is a series consisting of 1000 objects, paired together to form 500 creations, each one its own visual conversation. These works are composed of arbitrary representations of cultural artifacts, historical symbolism, anecdotes, and phenomenons – each with a unique story to tell. An exploration of human nature, and our need for a variety of tools, the artworks are centered around manufactured objects and the roles they’ve played throughout our cultural history These artworks highlight the interplay between objects and their deeper meanings to human beings – some obvious, some humorous, and some painstakingly contemplative. In CHAOS, Urs Fischer deep dives into these themes, exploring the various stories these objects have to tell, reshaping our perception of our world and role within it in the process. Like the artworks in CHAOS, these artworks highlight the depth of human desire, stories, and needs. Despite an abundance of stupefying creations to dive into within the CHAOS series, one of the most significant collisions that CHAOS represents is that which has been ignited between a number of diverse art communities, emerging spaces, and established institutions: A big bang moment that harmoniously embraces NFTs as the future of experiential art. The CHAOS series has garnered attention and support from all corners of the art world, connecting renowned gallery spaces like Pace Gallery and Gagosian, innovative auction app Fair Warning, the brainchild of former Christie’s co-chairman/industry legend Loic Gouzer and MakersPlace, the premiere NFT platform and one of the space’s earliest enablers, under Fischer’s vision of evolving art and objects.