Sarah Sze Seamless 1999 © Sarah Sze

Room 11 in Materials and Objects

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Piet Mondrian
Composition C (No.III) with Red, Yellow and Blue
1935

This composition is a prime example Mondrian’s astonishingly limited visual language. It consists of just horizontal and vertical lines in black, with planes of white and the three primary colours, from which all other colours are derived by mixing. The structure, the order of the elements in a coherent whole and the pure colour were meant to suggest an ethical view of society. Each individual element and the configuration to which it contributes were intended to symbolise the relationship between the individual and the collective, or the universal.

Gallery label, November 2015

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Sarah Sze
Seamless
1999

Art in this room

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Piet Mondrian Composition C (No.III) with Red, Yellow and Blue 1935

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Sarah Sze Seamless 1999