Artist Creates Detailed Illustrations From Thousands of Tiny Holes In Paper

Fu Xiaotong Creates Detailed Illustrations From Thousands of Tiny Holes In Paper

April 22, 2017 – June 17, 2017

Born in Shanxi, Fu Xiaotong has achieved wide acclaim for her remarkable works on thick sheets of hand-made Xuan that has been paper perforated with a needle until images of subjects such as mountain ranges and powerful waves emerge from the accumulation of holes. Her latest paper works feature cellular structures and even a skull emerges from hundreds of thousands of pinpricks. Her works can be found on display at Chambers Fine Art through June 17, 2017.

Fu Xiaotong Creates Detailed Illustrations From Thousands of Tiny Holes In PaperFu Xiaotong Creates Detailed Illustrations From Thousands of Tiny Holes In PaperFu Xiaotong Creates Detailed Illustrations From Thousands of Tiny Holes In PaperFu Xiaotong Creates Detailed Illustrations From Thousands of Tiny Holes In Paper

“My purpose is not to present a certain historical event but to integrate the ancient intellects, rites, beliefs, and other human experiences and echoes of memories in different time hierarchies into an eternal now.”

Fu Xiaotong Creates Detailed Illustrations From Thousands of Tiny Holes In PaperFu Xiaotong Creates Detailed Illustrations From Thousands of Tiny Holes In PaperFu Xiaotong Creates Detailed Illustrations From Thousands of Tiny Holes In PaperFu Xiaotong Creates Detailed Illustrations From Thousands of Tiny Holes In Paper

Related: Textured Biological Tapestries Depicted Over Cut Photographs by Nate Lewis

images courtesy of Chambers Fine Art

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