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Cadere questioned the traditional boundaries between painting and sculpture by developing a series of wooden bars which can be positioned in varying relations to their surroundings: leaning against the wall, lying on the floor or suspended from wall fixings. He often carried these bars around, even sometimes bringing them – uninvited – into exhibitions of fellow artists. The striped pattern of each of Cadere’s bars follows an idiosyncratic mathematical sequence. However, each one also contains a deliberate anomaly, which makes it harder to decipher the system’s underlying rationale.