Paper Playground is a three dimensional continuation of the “Isometric Playground” project. Through the fragile nature of paper, these sculptured are prone to break easily. The intention was to capture their existence through photography and thus being able to manipulate, through retouching, what their “real self” might have looked like.
Our relationships with objects change through the stages of their existence. How we interact differently with something tangible or digital is being explored here.
This project was done in collaboration with Photographer Nick Dunne.