Locus classicus, n.
Pronunciation: /ləʊkəs klasɪkəs/
Etymology: < Latin, classic place
A standard passage which is viewed as the principal authority on a subject; the paradigm or original of a thing or idea. 21 more words
Primary colours anticipate thick drops of resting paint, illuminated against a backdrop of white. Glowing plynths smoothly change colour, as a large projection on the right-hand wall draws you further into a space of accidental rhythms and strangely calming bursts of electric colour. 1,124 more words