free log The Tibetan mandala, a meditative circular drawing traditionally constructed out of colored sand-grains by Buddhist monks.<br><br>Urban Mandala's are made by sticking shopping bags through fences in urbanized areas around the world.<br><br>These Urban Mandalas are created with local communities reflecting site-specific challenges.<br><br>Installation of reproduction of Urban Mandala at Galerie Gabriel Rolt<br><br>Photo Peter Tijhuis<br><br>Plastic bags, wire fence, cement, approximately 350 X 200 cm
The Tibetan mandala, a meditative circular drawing traditionally constructed out of colored sand-grains by Buddhist monks.<br><br>Urban Mandala's are made by sticking shopping bags through fences in urbanized areas around the world.<br><br>These Urban Mandalas are created with local communities reflecting site-specific challenges.<br><br>Installation of reproduction of Urban Mandala at Galerie Gabriel Rolt<br><br>Photo Peter Tijhuis<br><br>Plastic bags, wire fence, cement, approximately 350 X 200 cm
Title: The Tibetan mandala, a meditative circular drawing traditionally constructed out of colored sand-grains by Buddhist monks.

Urban Mandala's are made by sticking shopping bags through fences in urbanized areas around the world.

These Urban Mandalas are created with local communities reflecting site-specific challenges.

Installation of reproduction of Urban Mandala at Galerie Gabriel Rolt

Photo Peter Tijhuis

Plastic bags, wire fence, cement, approximately 350 X 200 cm