Lasercube is a programme exploring the application of planar beams of laser light to describe surfaces, objects and landscapes. The core Lasercube technology involves 60 industrial lasers with hemicylindrical lenses. These are mounted on armatures arranged along the x, y, and z spatial axes. The project encompasses the capture of laser effects via video and still photography and the digital manipulation and presentation of these images. The project crosses boundaries between photography, dance, video, performance, and installation artforms. Laser beams are coherent, absolute agents that are used in this project to introduce gridding and dividing systems applied to realworld objects. This is done in order to conveniently reduce the object under investigation to its bare spatial necessity.