Of the shapes that make up all objects in this three-dimensional space, including our human beings, the sphere is the simplest and at the same time the most complex shape woven by innumerable straight parabolas.
In this series, I used three spheres of different sizes to represent the opposing world of white, black and two poles. Both are built around the relationship between light and shadow as if it were the beginning and the end of things. All forms in our three-dimensional world are formed by a collection of elementary particles, but the human brain does not look at the whole picture but hints at some prominent parts or their shades Imagine a form.
<Π-3.14> is a manifestation of my observation over such a form.