Silkscreen print and acrylic paint on loomstate linen
260.0 x 300.0 x 6.0 (cm)
102.4 x 118.1 x 2.4 (inch)'The Most Famous Problem in the History of Mathematics is
that of Squaring the Circle IV' is a polyptic made up of 11 separate canvases which when seen together, their images make up that of a collective circle.
The composition is fragmented, destabilizing the image and the elements of Euclidian geometry. As the title
suggests, the resulting image references the challenge of
making a square that has the same area as a given circle.