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not to reproduce what we can already see, but to make visible. - but does it float.Hand cut paper and ink by Charles Clary

Japanese-born, New York-based artist Katsumi Hayakawa constructs densely layered sculptures that resemble, rather than replicate, overbuilt cityscapes.    Hayakawa erects boxes of varying heights along a grid, leaving voids in the volumes that create another level of complexity. Instead of reading as individual buildings, the structures form an abstract composition.

Katsumi Hayakawa Carves Sprawling Cityscapes Out Of Paper

Japanese-born, New York-based artist Katsumi Hayakawa constructs densely layered sculptures that resemble, rather than replicate, overbuilt cityscapes. Hayakawa erects boxes of varying heights along a grid, leaving voids in the volumes.

Bacteria under a microscope

view of some bacteria or cells under a microscope

Delicate Paper Installations Using Drywall and Wallpaper – Fubiz Media

Delicate Paper Installations Using Drywall and Wallpaper

Paper cut installations incorporated into floral wallpaper with layers that examine the idea of viral colonies, concentric wallpapers, and land formations.

charles clary: acrylic and hand cut paper installations

charles clary: acrylic and hand cut paper installations

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