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7.26.2009

PAPERSHAPERS

Oh the excitement of seeing this video (about 8 minutes)! Worth the wait.

Scion Presents: 'PAPERSHAPERS' curated by Giant Robot

Papershapers is a group show featuring ten artists who work with paper-not "on paper." The exhibition will feature works that are cut, torn, folded, and sewn into unique creations.

Featuring:
Shin Tanaka, Hunter Stabler, Polly Verity, Annie Vought, Ana Serrano, Richard Sweeney, Peter Callesen, Brian Dettmer, Ryohei Tanaka

Show Run: April 11 - May 2 2009

Scion Installation LA
3521 Helms Ave @ National
Culver City Ca 90232


[Video and Text extracted from Scion]

2 comments:

daydate said...

Hi! I love your blog and read it almost every day. So you get the creativ blogger award. Best caro* from germany :-)

sandyxxx said...

Spot on! And I love that you gave it a name too, 'complexity' is an excellent name for a cow!
I agree with everything you wrote, and I can see all these parts in your work, the layers adding presence and the final bead giving life being such a perfect description, and it fits my work too, SO TRUE!!
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