Origami as a paper technique is a quite long process which takes a lot of time so that in the end there is a beautifully precise product. Usually, it requires more than two or three tries and a lot of patience. The art of origami dates back a long time ago, right after the invention of paper, which makes this technique very special and valuable.

This origami piece relates to a concept which is a depiction of absence. In this case, the absence of colour is successfully captured. This is achieved due to the use of plain white paper and no additional details.  Having in mind that butterflies are extremely colourful, seeing a blank butterfly makes us realize that colour is absent from this design.  Furthermore, this paper design indicates that paper has the ability to show absence because of its property to simply be blank.

Project designed by Evgenija Panevska


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