Going in circles

When things change slightly every revolution it is not really a loop. It becomes a pattern of similar yet slightly different circles.

Circles seem to be a logical representation of repetition, of endlessness and borders. You can never reach the end of a circular line, yet it is very clear that it not endless.

Circles were once seen as the most natural or logical shape. Though nature seems to have very little real circles. Nearly every circle in nature is not perfectly round, but something close to it. Our Planet is nearly a sphere and the orbit it makes is almost a circle.

When these circles are not perfect their behavior starts to become less easy to predict, to control. Only mathematically perfect circles behave in a predictable way. Nature's circles do their own thing and my work thrives on their irregularities.

Zoro Feigl