This **work phase
(1991-92)** is based on the 6-dimensional hyper-cube. This
geometrically defined structure has 32 diagonals. The two endpoints
of each diagonal lie diametrically opposite in the structure. A
"diagonal-path" is the connection of two such diametric points
through the network of edges of this complex structure. In a 6-D
hyper-cube, each of these 32 diagonals have 720 different
"diagonal-paths".

For each "Laserglyph" a random selection of four "diagonal-paths"
from this repertoire of 23040 (32x720) possible paths is made. The
2-D dimensional projection of such groups of four are cut out of a
metal plate by a laser to form a relief.

Each of the above drawings show the 720 diagonal-paths between between
2 diagonally opposite points in the 6-D structure.

Exhibition catalog:
Manfred Mohr, "Laserglyphs", Galerie Mueller-Roth, Stuttgart / ACP, Zürich 1992