Multiple Choice

Denmark / NZ / Australia

Multiple Choice reflects and absorbs, an X-mark poised between questions and answers. The blades of hand-polished stone from two continents draw on divergent geographies and traditions while intersecting diverse cultural histories. The figure extends the spiritual monochromes of Malevich and Mondrian's early abstractions, carving space for new geometries in beautiful shadows, light refractions, and reflections.

Stationed at a crossroad and connected to the land, the minimalist form reveals a multifaceted symbol relating to identity, origins and existence. Like an X selecting or striking out options on a voting paper or a test, Multiple Choice asserts action while holding in play multiplicity and unravelling notions of certainty and doubt. As a multiplication sign, this composite figure points in plural directions, a way-finding stone amplifying the power of choice.