'This folded-up cube sculpture represents the world of existence in the form of an abstracted city. The 'city' is contained within the cube. When the six sides are unfolded, the parts of the 'city' are revealed, but then become something else. Only when the cube is closed and the parts come together can the city be realised.' Warren Siebrits.
Taken from the Standard Bank Willem Boshoff: Word Forms and Language Shapes 1975-2007 exhibition catalogue
Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, Willem Boshoff: Word Forms and Language Shapes 1975-2007, 25 September to 1 December 2007, illustrated in colour in the catalogue on pages 42 to 43