Destruction and Progress

Folding — Zoe Ambinder @ 1:33 am

For this piece I played with the idea of destruction as the opposite of progress. One could argue that I have destroyed a blank piece of paper by crumpling it into a ball. From the opposite of perspective, the blank piece of paper has progressed from a two dimensional surface to a three dimensional form. The folds in the crumpled paper are unintentional, influenced only by the form of my hands and the pressure exerted. This makes this crumpled ball unique to the mold of my palms and fingers.


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