x=why | 2016
77 x 32 x 12 cm, neon light, perspex
x=why reflects on the use of X in maths and physics to represent the “unknown” – along with it being a position in space where two points intersect. This could be considered a meeting place of the mind during a period of contemplation on the questions we ask of each other – and how we create meaning around our own worlds. It embodies fundamental notions by which we understand the world of existence, objects and their properties, space and time, cause and effect.