｜Paper Art - No Limit｜
3D buildings spring out from cards, 3D worlds leap out of the books !
Sculptures made of papers？It can be stretched and transformed like magic！
Paper toys with hidden gimmicks and come to life with one touch！
Paper was first created over 2,000 years ago. The emergence of paper has enabled fast spread of knowledge through publication and consequently the development of human civilizations. On the other hand, paper is soft, light, commonly available, and easy to fold into different shapes and forms. Widely used in our daily life, it is a material that we cannot live without but tend to neglect. However, most of us may not be aware of how paper has long been applied in artistic expressions. With its rich textural diversity, paper has inspired many creative ideas. Through their continuous observation and technique development, artists, designers, and paper engineers have seized the immense possibilities of paper and created fascinating paper arts, tapping into brand new perspectives that one has yet to expose to.
|This exhibition is a sequel to our temporary exhibition, Origami Universe : an exhibition of art and innovation through folding, back in 2016. On the foundation of “folding,” the artists in this exhibition have incorporated other origami techniques into their works, such as “cutting, gluing, pressing, turning, and pulling,” to demonstrate how 2D paper can spring into 3D works with different styles, and creative ideas. This exhibition will be a wonderful visual feast of 2D paper popping into 3D excitements for viewers to explore the possibilities of both science and art in different aspects, ranging from part of the work to the entire work, static state to dynamic movement, and forms to functions.
You are cordially invited to join us at the Origami Universe again and create unlimited possibilities of paper！
｜Exhibition - Fun and Freestyle｜
Restaged the Workshop of Paper Artist／Top Secret Techniques Revealed in Masterclass Videos
Seven Interactive Sections for you to have fun from start to end／Colorful and Themed Photo Spots
Origami Universe II : Pop-Up Wonders
CHIMEI Museum - 1F Temporary Exhibition
Closed every Wednesday