Orgcäos (awr-g-kah-ohs) is a singular and genderless noun. It is a mashup of the Portuguese word “òrgãos” and the Spanish “caos”. Òrgãos translates into "organs”; either the musical or the human ones. Organs are part of a well structured and functional system and their role is to serve a very specific purpose. Additionally, "caos” translates into "chaos"; the state of disorder and confusion. However, the core idea is the organised chaos. Chaos is unordered, confusing and uncertain, while organised chaos - even if it looks messy-, has a goal, it’s healthy and natural. The bees are orgcäotic. An orchestra is orgcäotic. The trees and the plants are orgcäotic. The atoms and the planets are orgcäotic. Nature is orgcäotic; so as the creative process. Of course, it doesn’t really matter how you pronounce orgcäos. It is all about a well structured experience and a visual with a certain direction.