rock, paper, scissors

Rock, Paper, Scissors is a work that takes its name from one of the oldest hand games in the world.  A simultaneous, zero-sum game, it has three possible outcomes: a draw, a win or a loss.  In game theory, a zero-sum game is a mathematical representation of a situation involving at least two sides. The result is an advantage for one side and an equivalent loss for the other. The game theory tree diagram pattern is etched and cut into the work, representing the three outcomes of play.  

2022   /  paper  /  84.1 x 118.8 cm


24–09–2024