(5 rows with 4 squares in each row or 4 rows of 5 squares in each row) In order to fit 20 squares on your surface - having a boarder or partial around your 20 squares is completely acceptable.
As discussed in class a minimum of 4 inches in size for each square. Each square must be the same design but individual squares can be rotated.
Important Points Emphasized during Group Critique for Coloured Grid Assignment:
Strategic use of High and Low Colour Contrast:
Emphasis should be placed on a strategic use of high and low colour contrast. In some areas of the work edges of forms and squares will optically connect or join together due to low colour contrast (colour which is similar) In other areas colour will optically separate some of the edges of forms and squares using high colour contrast (colour which is different from each other such as complimentary colour and other colour systems).
Major and Minor Visual Movements Interacting in Overall Composition:
Overall the strategic use of high and low colour contrasts will create major and minor visual movements through out the entire composition of the board. These visual movements will have a combination of minor and major movements interacting within the entire composition with the end goal of presenting complexity but unity with in the overall composition.