A TRIANGLE IS a plane figure with three straight sides and three angles.

- A triangle is a fundamental form–every triangle is self-balanced by nature.
- The angles of a triangle always sum to exactly 180 degrees because every triangle must perfectly fold back on itself in three straight steps.
- Any point along the perimeter of a triangle may be selected as the beginning of its closed path, but this also establishes the same point as the termination, and no one point along this path is more fundamentally suited than any other point to serve in this way.

“Tricky Triangle” is an ongoing collection of mixed media works. Tricky Triangles are relationships of threes that connect a closed path with no fundamental end nor beginning. A Tricky Triangle could be a passing joke or a universal human truth, a figure of speech or an irreducible metaphysical situation.

## Past

**Media**Mixed media screen print in cedar octagon, epoxy resin**Size**30 x 30 x 4 in**Year**2015**Edition Size**2

**Notes**: Part of the series “Tricky Triangle.”

First exhibited at Secession Art + Design (San Francisco) March 31 – May 31, 2015.

Each piece contains (1) A rhyme-riddle (2) A loop (3) A memory

The title of the work is the solution to the rhyme-riddle. Got that? Good.

Tricky Triangle F.A.Q.

- Is the Tricky Triangle a riddle?
- Is the Tricky Triangle a one sentence story?
- Is the Tricky Triangle a fortune?
- Is the Tricky Triangle a paradox?
- Is the Tricky Triangle a code?
- Is the Tricky Triangle an encryption?
- Is the Tricky Triangle a decryption?
- Is the Tricky Triangle its own solution?
- Is the Tricky Triangle an interpretation?
- Does the Tricky Triangle appear the same to all observers?
- Is the Tricky Triangle a singularity event?
- Is the Tricky Triangle a memory of something that hasn’t happened yet?
- Is the Tricky Triangle literal?
- Is the Tricky Triangle a reproduction?
- Does the Tricky Triangle have something to do with that thing that happened to me?