Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary

Tennessee-based artist Charles Clary work for up to 12 hours a day cutting each thin layer of color paper to create these structural paper creations reminiscent of biological formations.

"I use paper to create a world of fiction that challenges the viewer to suspend disbelief and venture into my fabricated reality. By layering paper I am able to build intriguing land formations that mimic viral colonies and concentric sound waves."

"I have created a viral like environment that creeps and grows across its surface. Upon viewing this world one might question whether or not we are voyeurs into this world or if this world is voyeuristically invading our own."

A single installation can have as many as 4,000 individual cut sheets of paper, up to 30 panels, and over 14,000 spacers.

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