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Interwoven Original Design Origami Reflections Tower Sculpture

Vance Houston

United States

Sculpture, Paper on Paper

Size: 16 W x 32 H x 17 D in

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Originally listed for $4,650
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More than 4,000 sheets of hand folded scrapbooking paper without adhesives are interwoven into each other. The Origami is contrasted by interwoven and tied yarn/string that intersects and divides the piece into various additional forms and shapes. The strings are tied and slid into hollow sections to avoid visibility of knots. The Origami Design itself allows for this organically. More than 120 hours to complete. Structurally solid and sits as a tower or flat on its side. Thanks for looking and willing to consider offers.

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Sculpture:Paper on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:16 W x 32 H x 17 D in

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I am an ARTchitect, Paper Engineer, and Geometric Enthusiast - “Origami and its mathematical principles are undoubtedly the most universally consistent art form in all the cosmos" - Self taught base folds and original design sculptures and paintings. Thousands of sheets of paper without any adhesives and application of mathematical engineering process into 2-Dimensional Paintings and Drawings. I showcase and express a universal language of physical creation based upon evolving shapes and engineering geometry through a formulaic approach. It is an educational and cerebral art form centered around complex mathematical puzzles in both 2 and 3 Dimensions. As a self taught artist I have a true affinity for the technical process and challenging aspects of physically creating and realizing designs with my own hands and brain. Everything I create is original to me. This means that I have never seen the works elsewhere. I almost never create the same design twice due to the infinitesimal amount of possible variations within these geometric structures. Pushing the limits and boundaries of Origami and mental dexterity I only challenge myself; however I may be a leader in this timeless artform. Not just in this era but through time. Through hands-on mathematics I create concrete engineered geometric forms that represent the principles of infinity. Nearly every design I create theoretically expands infinitely in all directions and each specific sculpture is a representation of a physical geometric space that exists within these infinite patterns. The finished products often result in naturally occurring relatable symbols such as 3rd Eyes, Star of David, Swastika, Keyholes, Abstract Humanoid Faces, Forms, and more. Diverse viewing angles and negative spaces organically create these forms within the paintings and as you move about the sculptures allowing the geometry to line up (I call these money shots or money angles). A Synonymous relationship between chaos and order. Creating these sculptures begins with a consistent mathematical formula on how to evolve and advance the forms and designs of three-dimensional sculptural origami paper puzzles. In a sense I know how I am going to build a specific design based not upon what I want or think the sculpture should look like but rather by using mathematical principles related to how the geometry varies.

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