Women's Mountain Girl

A student of Bauhaus, Wassily Kandinsky emphasised the importance and value of every single object. So much more than a geometric arrangement, Kandinsky intricately positioned and spaced objects, all while obsessing over the colour that supplies that object’s life. Our interpretation of Wassily Kandinsky’s Bauhaus theory, seen in Mountain Girl, is to demonstrate the importance of a two-colour palette to showcase an intricate arrangement of lines, rectangles and squares.