For the response this week, I ask only for you to look up a building or piece of art from between the years 1450 - 1600 CE using the resources below as a frame to guide you in your search. As Dijana mentions, the disciplines were far more fluid during the Renaissance than they are today. 01 : https://www.oxfordartonline.com/page/renaissance-art-and-architecture 02: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/tour-renaissance-masterpieces 03: https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/keywords/renaissance-art/ 04: https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/334655 05: https://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2017/michelangelo/exhibition-object-highlights 06: New York Time's Article: If A City Were Perfect.... (LINK) Take a minute to stay in your bodily senses and just respond to the work. Give us some brief information, but don't worry about citations this go around. Title, date, location are all we need. Now focus on what you see when you look at it? How do you feel? What do you hear? Does it seem different from the works that we have seen and talked about up until this point? How does author of the work (architecture or artist) use shade and shadow? What do they seem to be capturing about bodies in space, and, in turn, how does that affect you? Your response does not have to be long, but do attempt to be articulate. You may present this information either as an oral presentation with photographs, in narrative form as a text, or via a creative response. Have fun with this.