Referencing the spiritual monochromes of Malevich and the later abstractions of Mondrian, Multiple Choice explores colour, form and figure. A combination of Italian marble and Indian granite creates a blend of iconic stones from different continents. With symbolic references to identity, gender, race and power, this multiplication sign presents a compass, an intersection and a crossroad with many paths to follow. Like an x selecting or striking out answers on a voting paper or a test, it can raise as many questions as answers. With no right side up or singular viewpoint, Multiple Choice places equal value on all directions.