“When  we understand an important equation for the first time, we glimpse deeper structures to the world then we suspected, in a way that reveals a deep connection between the way the world is and how we experience it.” -Robert Crease

These works are all a part of an ongoing theme, “Aequare”, which explores the language of math through the meditative process and visual language of Tibetan Buddhist sand mandalas. “Aequare”, the Latin root for equation, means to make even or level. By representing the equations with the visual language and symbolism of the Buddhist theology; the work intends to comment on the both the human genesis of each contemplation, as well as the transformative nature each language provides in understanding our own impermanence.