Collection of Work
Papercut Stations of the Tokaido
I find Hiroshige woodcuts endlessly beautiful. In this series, I took origami papers that have his work printed on it and cut out improvised patterns based on cues from the work itself - what is left is a delicate, almost dreamy image.
This series was created such that each piece would be at fluctuating on the same horizon. At the time, I was ruminating on one’s journey and how each vignette is tied to what’s before and after and much after.
I am a collector. When I travel places, especially on road trips, I like to wander through antique stores, thrift shops, and garage sales.
2012 - 2017
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