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Becoming Silhouettes

Lisa Perez’s current exhibit, still even now, at the 5 Traverse Gallery is a meditative study in being and nothingness. The exhibit consists of small sculptural installations made of paper and wood. Her designs are poetic. They simplify the physical world without belittling it. Her best pieces are simultaneously microscopic and macroscopic. Organic grids and […]

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How Does She Do It, And Why

Paper sculptor, Kirsten Hassenfeld, will speak tonight at the Bell Gallery at Brown, presumably to discuss her insanely gorgeous installation of giant, lacy, illuminated paper baubles, trinkets and bibelots. . . and where to buy really good scissors.  Also on display are several of her fanciful and glossy, blue and white sculptures — if Gaudi

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