Have you ever painted with wood? Even failing to respect the classical meaning of the word, wood can impersonate a sort of watercolor. The natural differences in color can be used to evoke tridimensionality, to create shapes or contours, just as if you were painting a color study in watercolor. For CUBE, both the color and the wood’s unique markings, have been used as tridimensional composing elements. We’re looking at an elegant exercise of a cube’s spatial transposition.