The 12 edges of the Cube are used as an Alphabet

signs from a less complex fixed structure, the square, using it's 4 sides and it's 2 diagonals as the alphabet.

See also, Drawings, 1970-1973, directly related to Cubic Limit I (early cube drawings,

squares with missing edges, triangles with missing edges, early algorithms which add and subtract lines).

- The following works (1973-1975) from this workphase were first published in the catalog:

Manfred Mohr, "Cubic Limit", Galerie Weiller, Paris, May 1975

see review of this show by Conil Lacoste in Le Monde, July 3, 1975

- The art pieces (1976-1977), using similar algorithms, were published in the first part of the catalog:

Manfred Mohr, "Dessins Génératifs - Cubic Limit II", Galerie Weiller, Paris, October 1977

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