How To Solve A Rubik’s Cube with Words

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Kasper Sonne is a Danish artist who explores the connection between culture and everyday usage of words. This is perhaps why he has designed the Nine Letter Words (Rubik’s Cube revisited), where one could try and solve the cube using letters printed on the tinier cubes. Kasper tries to search the possible connections between culture and the construction of meaning and whether these two are negotiable or juxtapose each other.

The Rubik’s Cube itself is designed tastefully using minimalist black and white. Kasper has not only used it to explore the connection between usage of words and culture, but also has used photography, textile, sculptures and other media at different times.

Nevertheless, it should be a great way to pass time, trying to solve the Rubik’s Cube with different letter combinations. You could also try the Rubik’s Cube Light Gadget which is quite interesting in its own way.

Via: LikeCool

9 thoughts on “How To Solve A Rubik’s Cube with Words

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  2. Scott.

    Hello,
    I’ve solved the regular colored Rubik’s cube. I don’t physically have the one with words but I did note 1 configuration. This was enough for me to arrive at 4 potential solutions. If you are to physically solve this puzzle, you must first have a potential solution in mind and then begin to solve the puzzle attempting to arrive at that one solution.
    The reason I refer to potential solutions is because there are more physical configurations of the Rubik’s cube if you take it apart than if you don’t. So of the 4 potential solutions I’ve come up with, perhaps only 1 or 2 are physically possible without disassembly.

    Thanks, Scott

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