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Wood sculptures with white paint (122 pieces) Each piece: 20.3 cm square 8" square
Framed photographs and drawings (131 pieces), Each piece: 66 x 35.6 cm 26 x 14" Base: 30.5 x 304.8 x 548.6 cm 12 x 120 x 216"

Each of the 122 sculpural forms is derived by subtracting one or more of the lines or edges from the cube’s basic unitary form. An idea is systematically translated and deployed into a variety of media and scales to become, in LeWitt's words, "a machine that makes the art." [1]

[1] Edward A. Shanken, Art and Electronic Media, p.26