This object is a cream colored sheet of paper in a horizontal rectangular shape with geometric forms embossed in the center section. There is no color and the geometric forms are created by raised lines. There is a long rectangle that contains two sets of intersecting cubes. The object title, edition number, artist signature and date are written in pencil below the rectangle.
Albers was a German-American geometric abstract painter, printmaker, sculptor, designer, writer, and teacher. Between 1958-1962, while working on his complicated series based on color, Albers was also working on a new series of colorless intaglio prints. These were based on drawings that he called “Structural Constellations”--compact line drawings of three-dimensional forms that would be impossible to construct in real space.