To produce animation is to transform in time. If painting a black square on white is to take on the act of painting from scratch, to show the simple transition between the square and the circle is in some way like following the thread from the 20th Century to the 21st, with digital tools that offer the exploration of visual abstraction over time, and with depth.
This piece is a progression of the Black Square of Kazimir Malevich, and also a self-evident personal manifesto of commitment to research on linear abstraction. It allows observation of the simple, improbable transition, and without manipulation, from the square to the circle, and from the circle to the square, infinitely, non-ending and quietly. The title refers to the squaring of the circle, an unsolvable mathematical problem.