Turbulence is an important part of chaos theory. It shows how a system can rush through simple modification of the terms into chaos. A well known example is water vortex turbulence. This can be caused for example by a stone in the river and have far-reaching consequences. Therefore the expression: if a butterfly flaps its wings in New York, you will need an umbrella in Australia.
The photographs are taken from the eye of the vortex and are thus intended to give the viewer an abnormal angle to the chaos. To illustrate the swirl effect and irritation, I dyed the water in different colors. So the view from inside the turbulence is alienated and the viewer can not say exactly what it is happening.