This sculptural assembly system was made from two dimensional redwood triangles. The triangles slotted together to create a 3D form. The permutations of the configuration were countless, meaning that each time to form was assembled, the sculpture would take a new and unique shape. To understand the relevancy of this to an art practice, originality, authorship, and artistic genius are called to question. For more information on this subject, refer to my post that discusses, Flag (1954) by Jasper Johns.