Union” is a reflection on the law of large numbers. Is it applicable in
visual arts — to colors in painting, lines in graphics, forms in
sculpture, and the image integrity in installations? The law of large
numbers is a principle that describes the completion of the same
experiment many times. According to this law, the joint action of a
large number of random factors leads to a result almost independent of
the chance. For example, in the XVI century the length of the English
foot was defined, by a royal order, as the arithmetic average length of
the foot of the first 16 people leaving the church on Sunday matins.
Although the law of large numbers was not yet defined, it serves as the
basis for the principle of arithmetic mean used in determining the
length of a foot.