Defining Space with Line - Wire Media

The relationship between line, shape, and form are often clear and visible in our lives and in the objects we look at. This cube was made as an attempt to represent a cube while maintaining a strict abstraction from it. The path of the wire follows a set of rules. It must hit the center-point of every face of a cube; it must only turn at right angles; it must meet itself where it begins.

These early experiments tested two paths which followed these rules.

It must hit the center-point of every face of a cube.
It must only turn at right angles.
It must meet itself where it begins.
 
The relationship between line, shape, and form are often clear and visible in our lives and in the objects we look at.  This cube was made as an attempt to represent a cube while maintaining a strict abstraction from it.
 
The path follows the previously described set of rules.
 
It must hit the center-point of every face of a cube.
It must only turn at right angles.
It must meet itself where it begins.
This close up shows the small lap-joint which are held together by impact-expanded aluminum rod inside a drill hole.
As you watch the 2D square of aluminum follow the wire's 1D path, the three-dimensionality of the sculpure is revealed.
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