Zio Chris' Wall Drawing 256 by Chris Culy is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

The instructions for Sol Lewitt's Wall Drawing 358 say to fill a grid with arcs drawn from one corner, and

"[T]he direction of the arcs and their placement are determined by the draftsman."

Letting the computer be our "draftsman", we can in principle draw all the possible
combinations of arcs for a grid of given size. "In principle", because the number
of combinations grows exponentially: since there are 4 arcs (one for each starting corner),
if there are *n* cells in the grid, there are *4 ^{n}* combinations.
To give you an idea, the version of Wall Drawing #358 linked to above has
15 rows and 24 columns for 360 cells, giving 4

While that is a bit much, we *can* scale things back a bit: if we have a 2x2 grid,
then there are only 4^{4} = 256 combinations, which we can easily visualize all at once.
By clicking on the "Visualize!" button, you can see all those combinations, themselves laid
out randomly in a grid, in the spirit of Sol Lewitt.
Or go here to get a new combination each time.