Much of my work explores the place where order and disorder meet—apparent oppositions that point to uncertainty and unpredictability in nature. I am also intrigued by instances when nature effects change to seek order, such as when atoms with incomplete shells add or lose electrons to gain stability, in the process becoming ions. The I(c)onic Bonds series is meant to evoke the polarity and complementarity between change and changelessness; each requires the other. The series is a visual interpretation of the transfer of electrons between oppositely charged atoms. Black and white are proxies for negative and positive; shades of gray and blurriness are meant to convey the dynamic process of electromagnetic attraction. It is paradoxical that as this change from instability to stability takes place, uncertainty reenters the picture: It is impossible to determine simultaneously the location and the momentum of the electrons.