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This sculpture would make a lovely gift for that someone special in your life or an amazing addition to your art collection. Love can be exhilarating, complicated, and sometimes a little bit messy, we can tie ourselves in knots and totally be come entangled within it and with the people we love. This sculpture represents that entanglement. Firstly I created around 150 paper origami hearts and threaded them onto a piece of galvanised steel wire. I then manipulated the wire and the hearts into the final entangled shape. Dimensions: Length 23cm Height 12 cm Width 16cm Comes in a rectangle protective perspex case/box, 23 x 14 x 14cm The sculpture can be placed and viewed in many different positions, allowing the owner to choose which way they would like to present the sculpture.
Sculpture:Paper on Paper
Size:9.8 W x 3.9 H x 7.9 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Fiona Hueston is an visual artist whose work incorporates many different disciplines, including photography, installations & sculpture. During her studies for a Masters Degree in Cross Disciplinary Art & Design at the College of Fine Arts UNSW. Fiona started to investigating the possibilities of working with multiple origami paper forms, which lead to the creation of sculptures and installations. The Equal Hearts Project installation, featured in her first solo exhibition and won the Awesome Foundation grant, consisted of two thousand paper origami hearts. The installation was a participatory artistic petition where the general public were encouraged to write a message on a heart supporting marriage equality, each heart was then strung up and attached to a hot pink rotary washing line, an iconic symbol representing domestic married life in Australia. Fiona starting exploring other origami forms, stacking and gluing them together to create sculptures. Her piece Circle, which consisted of four hundred fortune tellers was a finalist in the 2015 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize and led to her winning her first artistic residency. Fiona continues to develop her artistic practice in Paris, France, working mostly in sculpture and photography and has recently exhibited at The Other Art Fair in New York & is will be exhibiting at the ArtRooms Fair in Rome 2-4 March 2018.
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