Cloud is a folded screen artwork that explores contemporary and historical features of spatial relations. The spatial figure manifest two traditions: the Euclidean and the algorithmic/ computational. The Euclidean is that which provides the viewer the coherence of an “object” while the algorithmic forms another structure which emerges from completely different set of operations which include non- linear and recursive effects. It manifests chance operations through combinatorial sequencing. The drawing is therefore a manifestation of two divergent principles which nonetheless function on the basis of the exact same elements: point, line, and plane. Together they establish a grammatical polarity with regarding to drawing; the function of point line and plane as either figure and bounded form, or infinite specialization – algorithms have no inherent spatial features, they are merely defined by sequences of operations, geometrical figures, on the other hand, are inherently spatial propositions.