Origami In Your FACE, Literally!

Origami In Your FACE, Literally

Expanding the dimensions of traditional portrait photography, German artist Alma Haser takes her photographs further, using inventive paper-folding origami techniques to create layers of intrigue around her subjects, manipulating their portraits into futuristic flattened-paper sculptures. This series entitled, Cosmic Surgery, where she photographs her sitter, then prints multiple images of the subjects face which is then folded into complicated origami pieces. These pieces are then placed back onto the original face and re-photographed, making a very for a very unique series, honing in on her interest in making work that has a disquieting or disconcerting resonance.

Origami In Your FACE, LiterallyOrigami In Your FACE, LiterallyOrigami In Your FACE, LiterallyOrigami In Your FACE, LiterallyOrigami In Your FACE, Literally

via Alma Haser

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