City of birth:
The circle and the square are the two main basic figures in the works of Gilbert Decock, constructivist and follower of geometric abstraction.
The circle opposites to the square as black versus white, male versus women and yin versus yang. The circular refers him to the divine, the square to the human, a "divine combo" as he phrased it once himself.
From this contact between God and man, Gilbert Decock came to the mythology and oftenly titled his works by refering to the mythological world.