"A wall divided horizontally and vertically into four equal parts. Within each part, three of the four kinds of lines are superimposed."
Implemented by Paul Smith, 2016
Other interpretations of LeWitt's Wall Drawing #11 seek symmetry in patterns of grid-like repeated lines. This one instead embraces all four distinct combinations of "three of the four kinds of lines", and replaces the license to add repitition (which creates a unified pattern out of the four quandrants) with a license to add color (which distinguishes the four separate figures).