Hi all, hope you had lovely weekends. While I was at the Bauhaus exhibition I remembered something we had learnt at college - Kandinsky's colour theory test. He wanted there to be some kind of universal aesthetic for colour and shape so he asked all the Bauhaus students -
Take a triangle, circle and a square, and apply one of the primary colours to each of them.
Which shape is blue? Which is red? And which is yellow?
Most people come up with the same answer. What's your answer, and why? I realised my reason for the square as based on something funny from childhood. I'll tell you in the comments!
Kandinsky taught what was basically the art foundation course at the Bauhaus. Can you imagine Kandinsky being your first art teacher? Bonkers!