Rafaël Rozendaal uses the Internet as a canvas, turning pictorial space into a digital language of color and movement. Bauhaus explores chromatic variations within the primary colors red, blue and yellow, and three basic shapes: circle, square and triangle. Transforming these elements into an animation loop, Rozendaal plays with the theory of aesthetic perception (taught by Bauhaus artist Wassily Kandinsky) regarding ideas of a universal preference for yellow triangles, blue circles, and red squares. Rozendaal’s use of color and shape theory is a homage to the Bauhaus movement. Working directly with the artist, Sedition brings you this exclusive limited edition.