Zero doesn’t mean nothing. Zero means energy is there. But it is in a static form. It’s not doing anything, it’s sitting ... I want to intervene and break it and let it to be transformed into things.

Rasheed Araeen

First performed in 1968, Zero to Infinity, by Rasheed Araeen was restaged in 2013 at The Tanks at Tate Modern.

Consisting of one hundred bright blue lattice-construction cubes, initially arranged in a ten by ten grid, invited guests were encouraged by the artist to move the units around the gallery, disrupting the uniform display to leave the cubes in a more complex and spontaneous arrangement.