Artist Georgia Russell slices and shreds books to create these otherworldly sculptures, and placing them in bell jars make them seem like some the preserved specimens of some alien fauna.
From her bio:
"The atmosphere of the original material she uses is extremely important to her, and her use of either new, or of older papers or images redolent of past lives, is dependent on the mood or idea that she wants to communicate."
We've seen some of Clary's striking layered paper sculptures before. This set incorporates more structure and dimenensionality while maintaining the organic quality.
Rogan Brown on his nearly unbelievably detail papercut art:
“My work is an exploration and re-presentation of natural organic forms both mineral and vegetal. I look for patterns and repeated motifs that run through natural phenomena at different scales, from the microscopic to the macroscopic, from individual cells to large scale geological formations.”
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