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Simone Padovani © Michelangelo Foundation

Origami for Life

Installation composed of paper origami figures from recycled paper, suspended in the air by cotton threads.
At the start of the pandemic, Charles Kaisin created the concept of “Origami for Life” to support the fight against Covid-19. The Belgian designer called on the general public to make origamis from a simple piece of paper following a tutorial to be found online. This was a fun activity to be done with the family during the confinement period. The collected origami has been used as part of an art installation to be shown in different art museums and foundations.

Detailed Features

Type: Origami
Dimensions: Big sphere: 320 H x 300 W x 300 D cm; Small sphere: 320 H x 200 W x 200 D cm
Material: Recycled paper, cotton threads, steel frame
Date: 2022

Magnae ChartaeExhibition Exhibitor

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