Modern society reconciles itself, in part, to the randomly chaotic dispersion of events in life by devising civilizing theories of imposed order. Statisticians, for example, have developed mathematical models that fit what's called a "regression curve" through a scattergram cloud of data points, as a way to describe the supposed central tendency among all of them. The events represented by these data are still scattered helter-skelter to the horizon, but the inserted central curve projects a pleasing notion of order, of elements somehow pulling together, that can become, in its very presence, the focal point that stamps directionless noise with sublime intent.
TITLE - "Regression"
WHERE - Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, California (2015)