26 Feb '16, 7pm

Milan artist creates remarkable handcrafted wave sculptures out of paper

Milan artist creates remarkable handcrafted wave sculptures out of paper

creates monolithic paper sculptures for a variety of exhibitions, and is committed to the medium because of its inherent life qualities. Paper, which is generated from nature, is subjected to the rhythms of weather and conditions much like we are, and this is what draws Papuli to use it time and again. “Sometimes the shapes become paper monoliths faceted in many light lamellae where the different layers are like veins and the chromatic variations of the surface,” he writes on his website, “yellowing as paper does in the sun, follow the metamorphosis by which the sheet traces back to wood, to the tree, to its primary mother-matter.”

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