This minimal artwork came into being unintentionally by taking some shelves off my wall. It was the result of a storage design experiment I did some years ago. The shelves were made up of three square planes perpendicular to one another and each intersected at one third of their length. Each shelve could be shoved into the openings and one would cover nine of these transparant acryclic boxes. Consequently the shelves could be positioned in various ways thus making up different configurations. I recently grew tired of them and threw the shelves away. I do like this base grid and I’ll keep it as an abstract piece of minimal art on my wall, reminiscent of Donald Judd’s work.