"Dans La Lune" - one of my favorite Kirsten Hassenfeld's installations. I love her translucent sculptures, that have been characterized as "extravaganzas of the handmade. Her hybrid forms are based on experiments with different types of paper and methods. To create the components that comprise Dans la Lune, she spent thousands of hours hand–cutting, folding, gluing, rolling, and coiling three types of archival papers: tissue, corrugated, and vellum.
Kirsten Hassenfeld's strategy is to create a place where people leave the everyday world of familiar objects. It totally connects with my aim, when it comes to the designs I am working on.