Ulla von Brandenburg’s distinct visual language draws on the traditions and tropes of theatre, the stage and colour theory. Her work Das Was Ist (That Which Is) is a series of curtains with circular holes installed in the entrance to the Palais de Tokyo in Paris.
Reproducing this physical installation piece translates the work into a series of graphically flat circles with hard borders between juxtapositions of color that create multiple non concentric edge-like puzzle pieces during assembly.
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