Since grids consist of intersecting lines, all remarks made about lines also apply to grids. Although a line can have any length, it cannot be of any width. However,  whether a grid is composed of fine lines or wide bands, it is always perceived as a grid. When two perpendicular lines intersect, they form a cross, which represents the smallest unit of a grid… The point, the heart of the cross, which we call a square... Aurélie Nemours | Symmetria – Editions Fanal, 1982. However, when two broken lines intersect at their gap, a virtual point is created, and this point is rather round in shape.

Discover the alternative narrative of assemblages of Broken Grids and Grids Modulations that are presented in the section Beyond.