This piece is a triptych of prints of the same poem each in a different mode of representation. Each concept has been meticulously translated. It introduces Om (ॐ), the Vedic concept for the sacred and eternal hum of the universe, as a
verb. In highly reductive terms, the verb to om could be equated to a metaphysical aspect of the English verb ‘to be.’ The title is an homage and reference to Joseph Kosuth’s One and Three Chairs, 1965.