Invisible Cities
Paper sculptures
2020

In Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino, the reader explores imagination through the descriptions of Marco Polo travels. The cities described are fictitious, and can be read as meditations on culture, time, memory, death or the general nature of the human experience. Our take on this has been to explore the concept of space by meditating on concepts such as opulence, lightness, the negative space, and fragility among others. The result has been these four fictional cities that look both fragile and powerful at the same time, and that allow the viewer to travel to imaginary environments.







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