Maya Freelon's Immersive and Interactive Sculptures Bring Tissue Paper to Life

June 21, 2018 | Smithsonian.com

Maya Freelon's Immersive and Interactive Sculptures Bring Tissue Paper to Life

For more than a decade, artist Maya Freelon has created striking abstract sculptures and installations from tissue paper and water stains. Her technique — letting water gently drip so the paper’s color bleeds organically — arose from happenstance, when, as an MFA student, she discovered a stack of old tissue paper in her grandmother’s basement.

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