Peter Miles Studio

David Miles


One measurement for the total coastline of Great Britain is 7777 miles. The Coastline Paradox, however, states that the more finely you try to measure something, the more you realize that it is immeasurable. The zig-zags have their own zig-zags. The inlets have inlets, the peninsulas have peninsulas. The fathers have fathers, who have fathers of their own. The measure of a man.