The lesser-known teleidoscope bears striking resemblance to the better-known kaleidoscope. What makes the teleidoscope unique is that it features an open view, allowing the viewer to see kaleidoscope-like patterns made up of whatever is visible through its lens. The instrument, as a result, can take the chaos of nature and give it order in the form of patterns. This idea of balancing chaos and order is explored in Hryanskim’s series, Teleidoscopes; a collection of drawings of teleidoscope-like images made up of plants, animals, and various psychedelics.
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