These transparent cloured discs radiate out from the circular mosaics in the floor.

Why has the artist used these colours, shapes and composition?
What is the relationship between the ‘art’ and the architecture?
How has the scale impacted on the possible meaning/message of the artwork?
guardian:

Monumenta, an installation by Daniel Buren, on display in the nave of the Grand Palais in Paris
Photograph: Patrick Aventurier/Getty Images

These transparent cloured discs radiate out from the circular mosaics in the floor.

  1. Why has the artist used these colours, shapes and composition?
  2. What is the relationship between the ‘art’ and the architecture?
  3. How has the scale impacted on the possible meaning/message of the artwork?

guardian:

Monumenta, an installation by Daniel Buren, on display in the nave of the Grand Palais in Paris
Photograph: Patrick Aventurier/Getty Images

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These transparent cloured discs radiate out from the circular mosaics in the floor.

Why has the artist used these colours, shapes and composition?
What is the relationship between the ‘art’ and the architecture?
How has the scale impacted on the possible meaning/message of the artwork?
guardian:

Monumenta, an installation by Daniel Buren, on display in the nave of the Grand Palais in Paris
Photograph: Patrick Aventurier/Getty Images

These transparent cloured discs radiate out from the circular mosaics in the floor.

  1. Why has the artist used these colours, shapes and composition?
  2. What is the relationship between the ‘art’ and the architecture?
  3. How has the scale impacted on the possible meaning/message of the artwork?

guardian:

Monumenta, an installation by Daniel Buren, on display in the nave of the Grand Palais in Paris
Photograph: Patrick Aventurier/Getty Images

(Source: )

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