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Synonyms for camber

a slight convexity (as of the surface of a road)

a slope in the turn of a road or track


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the alignment of the wheels of a motor vehicle closer together at the bottom than at the top

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curve upward in the middle

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There are three colored fabrics in this piece (green, beige, and blue), and they are sewn, pierced, and overlapped, forming an organic web that crosses over and through itself, penetrating a frame cambered by the stitches.
There are multiple alignment problems that can contribute to this including rotation of your femur, genu valgus or knock-knees, leg length discrepancy (either functional, when running on the same side of a cambered surface, or actual), excessive curvature of your back (lordosis), hip flexor tightness, hamstrings tightness, weak quadriceps, imbalance between hamstrings and quadriceps, or other biomechanical problems.
It does seem logical that a horse travelling at more than 40mph will become unbalanced when reaching a cambered section.
An asphalt road surface is often cambered, which is a known risk for runners if you always run on the left, facing traffic.
Curiously, in these gaps the undulations seem to be at a definite distance from the painting's surface; it is the predominant blur that seems to define the picture plane, which is in turn surmounted by two cambered passages of hot pink at the top and bottom of the rectangle as well as a single band of the same color that meanders in from the top right and heads toward the center.