A picture hidden behind a campus wall. Painted with great care, precision and foresight. The contrast between the clean lines and moldy wall are fascinating. You can see the mold is still visible on the two lower squares.
Found behind a running track and tennis courts. I can imagine the artist at work. Taking time to create the outline. Using four different colors meant four different brushes. I can imagine them kneeling in front of the wall as they painted. Smelling the cold concrete as it mixed with the pigments. The furry mold on the wall crushed by the paint brush. Creating the outer square first and working towards the inner lines. Finishing with the white paint.
A bright white square hoping to reflect the sun for a few moments everyday. For no-one to see except the grass. The two white shapes are inverse mirrors of the light blue squares. Holding a relationship between the sun and the sky. The sun is high, as if to show noon day. While the sky descends to the same level of the ground. The light brown square is squarely enclosed by the dark brown outer circle. Perhaps representing human form. The human planted on earth, of the earth, but hands outreached towards the bright sun. In the opposite corner a dark brown square of earthy color. Rotating the picture the sun starts to descend, the human falls as in death. An instance where the dirt is on the topmost corner. Followed by the blue square, a rising sky. A rotation of the day, season, and life.