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5.11.2008

Laura Cooperman



Born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1984 to a family of architects, Laura Cooperman, has created elaborate structures, floor plans, and meticulous arrangements out of household items as a child. After working for artist Nancy Spero, Laura became engrossed in the delicate, methodical process of paper cutting and began experimenting with light, depth, and movement.



In Spring 2006, Laura received the Grainger Marburg travel grant for her paper-cutting work. She is currently planning to travel to China in the fall to study the traditional art of Chinese paper cutting and to document and interpret the effects of urban renewal in Beijing through her cut paper overlays. With movable parts and rotating gears, her creations are little engineering feats of their own right!



[images and text extracted from Laura Cooperman.]

8 comments:

thewren said...

This is beautiful. So intricate, clean and fresh.

mein™ said...

Hello Wren! Yes, some of Laura's works are movable, which is very amazing.

Eleanor said...

Hello!

I have just come across your blog, it's beautiful. There are quite a few paper artists that I have never come across before.

Will check back again soon!

Eleanor. x

mein™ said...

Hi Eleanor! Thank you for your very kind words. You have given me renewed energy ♥ mein

Emma Day said...

Breath taking; so amazing could sit and look for hours

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Carrie said...

hi! my name is carina, i´m form mexico, just for a coincidence foud this blog... all this work is beatiful, amazing... it´s something sooooooo wow that triying to descript with simple words it´s not enough. i´m a restaurador (sorry i don´t know how to write it in english).. and that takeme to think... how you can save all of this art!!??

love :)

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