On the occasion of the centenary of the Bauhaus, I created this series of woodblock prints as translations of work by early 20th century pioneers of abstraction. They are conceived as love letters to Anni Albers, Sonia Delaunay, Robert Delaunay, and Paul Klee, and are an attempt to learn and understand through doing: how are these artists able to evoke visceral experiences of color and light through the language of abstraction? And what is the relationship between their experiments in abstraction and the optimistic and hopeful vision so many of them held for how art can function in society?