This catalogue documents the exhibition Four Color Theorem at C L E A R I N G, Brussels. It takes its title from a mathematical theorem proving the minimum number of colours needed to successfully create a map. The works on view set an eye towards the diagrammatic representation of space and time and how it affects, and layers over, daily lived experience. Marina Pinsky’s work has often turned its attention to the cities which have hosted her exhibitions, analysing their specific local histories and how they might fit into larger global interconnections. As Brussels is Pinsky’s adopted home (along with Berlin) Four Color Theorem looks at the city as a dwelling place as well as a transitory site, and takes habitation as an abstract, but nonetheless pragmatic, starting point.
64 pages, 23 x 23 cm, softcover, Triangle Books (Brussels).