Previously Huntz Liu worked with folded paper. Now the artist is replicating the geometrical reltionships created by folded paper in wood. Here’s more from BOOOOOOOM:
Los Angeles-based artist Huntz Liu moves from paper to wood with this collection of new pieces (click here to check out Liu’s previously featured work if you haven’t already). “Negative Space” is an exploration of scale and experiment in a material that is less limited in terms of thickness and depth — amplifying layers already fundamental to Liu’s work while adding new dimensions and literal weight to his creations. See more images from “Negative Space” below or on display at Giant Robot virtually or via limited capacity in-personal viewing until October 7.
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