Twaalf Dutch paper-artist have been showing their work in this exhibition
dated 2003 until 2007
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A small black pavilion 'encaged' in a large white one. Each individual pavilion is created out of a single piece of paper. Can be folded inwards to a 2D surface.
A view on how Pavilion encaged is assembled. Pavilion encaged is inspired by the 'Golden Pavilion, located in Japan.
'Pavilion encaged' partly opended as seen on this image, provides 'insight'.
Pavilion encaged folde inwards, seen from front and back.
Cut/folded out of one piece. Can be unfolded to a two-dimensional flat surface. Take a view on the included animation as well (to do so, click on the rotating icon in the top right corner).
Three layers, in different colors, united with each other. Can be folded in and outwards entirely. For an animation, click on the rotating icon.
This piece seen from above. Seen from this angle, the three seperate layers are more distinctive.
A white abstract within a black one. In design, all sides are identical. Each abstract is cut and folded out of one single pieces of paper. Can be brought back to a two-dimensional piece.
Another view on Fragmented. Both inside as outside is cut/folded out of one piece. Two sides of each abstract, has been attached to each other with integrated slots.
Fragmented partly opened.
The building of 'Kunsthuis-Secretarie translated into a paper architecture card.
Designed in 2003 for artist Toon Wegner.
Other pieces that will be displayed in this exhibition. More detailed information concerning these pieces, can be found on other locations on this website.