10TH, PPP indian mandalas. BIM 1, 2012

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10TH, PPP indian mandalas. BIM 1, 2012

  1. 1. INDIANMANDALAS
  2. 2. • The origin of the mandala is the center, a dot. It is a symbol apparently free of dimensions. It means a ’seed’, ’sperm’, ‘drop’, the salient starting point.• It represents the outer and inner spaces.• The mandala appears as a series of concentric circles.• Other lines are drawn until they intersect, creating triangular geometrical patterns and quadrants.• The deity lies in the center.
  3. 3. Mandala Geometrical Structure
  4. 4. CONTEMPORARY MANDALAS
  5. 5. VENUZ WHITE Colombian Artist that uses thevisual concept of the concentriccircle as the main element in her art work.
  6. 6. MARIA FERNANDA CARDOSOColombian instalator. She works with the Mandala Structure using real disected animals.

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