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A cube has six faces, eight vertices, and twelve edges. In his series titled Incomplete Open Cubes, he chose to work with cubes represented as frameworks. LeWitt started by removing one edge from an open cube, then two edges, and so on, as an exploration of how many variations of an incomplete open cube exist and what they look like. One key constraint was that the remaining edges had to be joined.

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