Pureland origami is a style of origami that is limited to using only mountain and valley folds. The aim of pureland origami is to make origami easier for inexperienced folders and those who have impaired motor skills. An even more simple and less strict, less regulated way to create paper figures is to simply scrunch the paper up. This gesture can also be very stress relieving. Traditional origami papers (15 × 15 cm) are crumpled, then carefully unfolded and castet into concrete. The precious stones are installed as pixels to form a archaeological landscape.
Idee und Realisation: Nadine Decker
Wiebke Elzel, Julia Scher, Frans Vogelaar
Eine Produktion der Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln