An object's path through time and space is highly predictable until acted upon by an outside force.
Like our human path, when the number of unique forces increase, complexity increases. Eventually, these particles appear to wander or dance. The Trajectory collection, born from the natural forces of gravity and electromagnetics, employs Meteorites composed mostly of Iron and Nickel. Despite the vast expanse of the universe, the Earth’s gravity pulls them to a diminutive blue and green ball in the cosmos. Under the thin coat of life giving elements; soil, water and air, lie mysterious forces that affect the trajectory of otherwise free particles.