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Folding is rooted in the Japanese art of origami. It’s based on how one thing folds neatly into another and is a way of using geometry without numbers. The mathematics of origami is more robust than its Greek cousin, i.e., Euclidean geometry. It’s fascinating that with folding, a line can become a shape and more so, how a shape can become a 3D solid object (think of folding a piece of paper into a cube). In art, folding means a 2D object such as a painting or drawing can be transformed into a 3D object like sculpture. My projects are about showing objects mutating from one dimension into another—that things can exist in multiple dimensions at the same time, like a line turning into a shape which makes it 1 ½ dimensional!

 

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