CM: Efi Chryssi's Cubes are dedicated to Victor Vasarely (1906-1997), the forerunner of innovative trends in the movement of 'Op Art' the geometric art that developed in the 1960s. The present composition addresses the development of a physical cube in space and time. Here, is represented a physical cube that reproduces a metaphysical cube as its shadow. The physical cube is predominantly blue with a purple pyramidal tower forming on the edge of its frontal side. This tower suggests the cube on each of its sides, but also on its reproduction. Chryssi developed the work associatively rather than consciously. It could be argued that the two cubes - physical and metaphysical - exist just as much.