Squarring the Circle
25. June – 16. July 2011

"Squaring the circle" is a metaphorical speaking that combines contradictions. In 1882 the ancient geometric problem to actually to square the circle was not solved, as Lindemann-Weierstrass theorem proved that Pi is a transcendental, rather than an algebraic irrational number.

The impossibility to actually square the circle is a consequence of the subjectivity defined by the point in time and its cloud of knowledge and perceptions. Following the thread of juxtaposing, in this exhibition, the conceptual and the narrative are questioned as incompatible opposites.

Pictures by Jara López Ballonga

IAC Berlin - Brunnenstrasse 29 - 10119 Berlin - Germany