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Jen StarkWorkimage _ escultura em papel  avançar com clic          Ligar o som
Degrees Of Lightness           Jen Stark
Degrees Of Lightness installation, 40 ft. wall, construction paper 2006                                                   ...
Production Line ALL           Jen Stark
Line ALL : Two-dimensional circles jumping out of the frame Detail of Production Line: Triangle, Circle, Square           ...
3    Half Circle       Jen Stark
3    Half Circle ROLL            Jen Stark
Do you have acertain method ofcutting?For example, howdid you achievethese multiplelayers in“Anatomical         11 x 14, h...
Afterglow  Jen Stark
I cut each layer of paperone by one and then putthem together.I always cut by hand usingan X-Acto knife. It is a bittime-c...
Look at theseintriguing, repetitiveshapes like eruptionsby Miami-based JenStark:Her three-dimensional,kaleidoscopic papera...
Peephole Jen Stark
Peephole Jen Stark
Peephole Jen Stark
Triangle Jen Stark
Triangle Roll    Jen Stark
SquareJen Stark
Square Roll   Jen Stark
CircleJen Stark
Circle Roll  Jen Stark
Intricate paper works resembling three-dimensional objects   PRIMARIES-all Red Blue Yellow                                ...
Roughlyhow many layersgoes intoone piece?        PRIMARIES - Blue                           Jen Stark
It can range fromabout thirty to eighty,depending on thepiece.                    PRIMARIES - Blue                        ...
And howdo you choosethe order of thecolours in thestack?             PRIMARIES - Red                           Jean Stark
I usually buy a stackand then arrange ithow I think thecolours look goodtogether.               PRIMARIES - Red           ...
I try to spread themout a bit so they aremixed up andcontrasting coloursare next to each                        PRIMARIES ...
PRIMARIES - Yellow          Jen Stark
Color Gradient card stock mounted on archival art                                         Jen Stark
Tendency of anybody on theEarth’s surfaceto drift to theside due to theplanet’s rotationis called the“Coriolis Effect “   ...
Here, we see paper drifting to many sides Coriolis Effect ROLL                                                      Jen St...
Coriolis Effect DETAIL              Jen Stark
Coriolis Effect DETAIL ROLL                   Jen Stark
Point Of Exposure          Jen Stark
Point Of Exposure Roll              Jen Stark
Cone Ambiguous      Jen Satrk
The “CylinderPaper Cut”with a solid surfacethat’s cut opencaught my eye:Could we see thepaper layers as asymbolicrepresent...
I like to make theinsides very colourfullyconfusing.You can relate it topeople or things beingso complicated andelaborate ...
About themysterious“Untitled”:Is it inspired bykind of aMandala?How do youdevelop it?It is mainly inspiredby geometricpatt...
The Mandala-style “Untitled.”                    Sculpture                     Jen Stark
Paper Anomaly      Jen Stark
Paper Anomaly Roll          Jen Stark
Sculpture Burst       Jen Stark
Sculpture Burst Roll            Jen Stark
Piece of an Infinite Whole                  Jen Stark
Piece of an Infinite Whole Roll And the same hole - with a depth of 4 ft and a diameter of 2 ft                           ...
I like the fact that it is so common and usually used two-dimensionally… and I’m trying to show what it can do       View ...
View Inside Peephole … and the awesome, illuminated                                            Jen Stark
Peephole01 ROLL        Jen Stark
Peephole02   Jen Stark
Peephole02 ROLL        Jen Stark
Peephole03   Jen Stark
Peephole03 ROLL        Jen Stark
When did you start withyour…can I call it                             A beautiful “Mold Study.”“kaleidoscope paper art” ? ...
I began making papersculptures when I went tostudy in France for asemester.Since I could only taketwo suitcases with me fo...
The Euro was highand everythingwas pretty expensive,so I decided to getthe cheapestbut coolest looking thing in the art st...
About your lovelyeruptive “AssortedExplosion:” Is itmeant to depict anexplosion in itsearly stage?                     “As...
Exactly! Usually,stacks ofconstruction paperare sold in“assortments” ofcolour.So, I wanted toplay with that wordas well as...
How To Become a Millionaire In 100 Days 1,000,000 pieces of hand-cutpaper 2007Jen Stark crée des morceaux de papier étonna...
Real leaves from the folk’s backyard, meticulously cut out…                                                 Jen Satrk
Multiple layers as metaphor for the many layers a personality                                                          may...
sketchbook   Jen Stark
Isb mar08            Desenho: MattressGiant                         Jen Stark
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  1. 1. Jen StarkWorkimage _ escultura em papel avançar com clic Ligar o som
  2. 2. Degrees Of Lightness Jen Stark
  3. 3. Degrees Of Lightness installation, 40 ft. wall, construction paper 2006 Jen Stark
  4. 4. Production Line ALL Jen Stark
  5. 5. Line ALL : Two-dimensional circles jumping out of the frame Detail of Production Line: Triangle, Circle, Square Jen Stark
  6. 6. 3 Half Circle Jen Stark
  7. 7. 3 Half Circle ROLL Jen Stark
  8. 8. Do you have acertain method ofcutting?For example, howdid you achievethese multiplelayers in“Anatomical 11 x 14, hand-cut stackEvolution”? of construction paper
  9. 9. Afterglow Jen Stark
  10. 10. I cut each layer of paperone by one and then putthem together.I always cut by hand usingan X-Acto knife. It is a bittime-consuming, but I likeit! Resembling geographic depictions of differences in altitude: “Microscopic Entry.” Jen Stark
  11. 11. Look at theseintriguing, repetitiveshapes like eruptionsby Miami-based JenStark:Her three-dimensional,kaleidoscopic paperart is simply hand-madewith dozens of layers ofthick coloured paper.With her abstractgeometrical patternsjust shown in the newTactile book by DGV
  12. 12. Peephole Jen Stark
  13. 13. Peephole Jen Stark
  14. 14. Peephole Jen Stark
  15. 15. Triangle Jen Stark
  16. 16. Triangle Roll Jen Stark
  17. 17. SquareJen Stark
  18. 18. Square Roll Jen Stark
  19. 19. CircleJen Stark
  20. 20. Circle Roll Jen Stark
  21. 21. Intricate paper works resembling three-dimensional objects PRIMARIES-all Red Blue Yellow Jen Stark
  22. 22. Roughlyhow many layersgoes intoone piece? PRIMARIES - Blue Jen Stark
  23. 23. It can range fromabout thirty to eighty,depending on thepiece. PRIMARIES - Blue Jen Stark
  24. 24. And howdo you choosethe order of thecolours in thestack? PRIMARIES - Red Jean Stark
  25. 25. I usually buy a stackand then arrange ithow I think thecolours look goodtogether. PRIMARIES - Red Jean Stark
  26. 26. I try to spread themout a bit so they aremixed up andcontrasting coloursare next to each PRIMARIES - Yellowother. Jen Stark
  27. 27. PRIMARIES - Yellow Jen Stark
  28. 28. Color Gradient card stock mounted on archival art Jen Stark
  29. 29. Tendency of anybody on theEarth’s surfaceto drift to theside due to theplanet’s rotationis called the“Coriolis Effect “ Coriolis Effect ROLL Jen Stark
  30. 30. Here, we see paper drifting to many sides Coriolis Effect ROLL Jen Stark
  31. 31. Coriolis Effect DETAIL Jen Stark
  32. 32. Coriolis Effect DETAIL ROLL Jen Stark
  33. 33. Point Of Exposure Jen Stark
  34. 34. Point Of Exposure Roll Jen Stark
  35. 35. Cone Ambiguous Jen Satrk
  36. 36. The “CylinderPaper Cut”with a solid surfacethat’s cut opencaught my eye:Could we see thepaper layers as asymbolicrepresentation of theinner layers of A metaphor forpeople, or objects…? people’s multiple insideDefinitely. You are one layers…of the first people to “Cylinder”:mention this. Paper Cut Jen Stark
  37. 37. I like to make theinsides very colourfullyconfusing.You can relate it topeople or things beingso complicated andelaborate on the inside.Yet the outside layer isusually white to showthat something maylook simple andordinary on the outside– but the inside is Cynlinder Rollbeaming with colour! Jen Stark
  38. 38. About themysterious“Untitled”:Is it inspired bykind of aMandala?How do youdevelop it?It is mainly inspiredby geometricpatterns. I just cuta shape and slowlychange it as thelayers progress.With these kind ofsculptures I usuallydon’t know whatthe end design willlook like. The Mandala-style “Untitled.” Sculpture 03 Jen Stark
  39. 39. The Mandala-style “Untitled.” Sculpture Jen Stark
  40. 40. Paper Anomaly Jen Stark
  41. 41. Paper Anomaly Roll Jen Stark
  42. 42. Sculpture Burst Jen Stark
  43. 43. Sculpture Burst Roll Jen Stark
  44. 44. Piece of an Infinite Whole Jen Stark
  45. 45. Piece of an Infinite Whole Roll And the same hole - with a depth of 4 ft and a diameter of 2 ft Jen Stark
  46. 46. I like the fact that it is so common and usually used two-dimensionally… and I’m trying to show what it can do View Inside Peephole ALL: sculpturally and how much it can be transformed with such little changes. Jen Stark
  47. 47. View Inside Peephole … and the awesome, illuminated Jen Stark
  48. 48. Peephole01 ROLL Jen Stark
  49. 49. Peephole02 Jen Stark
  50. 50. Peephole02 ROLL Jen Stark
  51. 51. Peephole03 Jen Stark
  52. 52. Peephole03 ROLL Jen Stark
  53. 53. When did you start withyour…can I call it A beautiful “Mold Study.”“kaleidoscope paper art” ? Jen Stark
  54. 54. I began making papersculptures when I went tostudy in France for asemester.Since I could only taketwo suitcases with me forfive months, I decided topurchase art supplieswhen I got there. Mold Study Jen Stark
  55. 55. The Euro was highand everythingwas pretty expensive,so I decided to getthe cheapestbut coolest looking thing in the art store– a stack ofconstruction paper!I startedexperimentingwith what papercould turn intoand it took offfrom there.
  56. 56. About your lovelyeruptive “AssortedExplosion:” Is itmeant to depict anexplosion in itsearly stage? “Assorted Explosion” Jen Stark
  57. 57. Exactly! Usually,stacks ofconstruction paperare sold in“assortments” ofcolour.So, I wanted toplay with that wordas well as what itlooks like it’sdoing: exploding.A very colourfulkind of explosionand there may bemany paper cuts. Detail of “Assorted Explosion:” imagine how long these most delicate cuts might have taken… Jen Stark
  58. 58. How To Become a Millionaire In 100 Days 1,000,000 pieces of hand-cutpaper 2007Jen Stark crée des morceaux de papier étonnants trés différents de ceque j’aurais pu dejà voir.Qui a su que vous pourriez prendre une pile de papier et créez un chefd’oeuvre ?The new issue is now on its way…superb cover artwork by Jen StarkA la recherche de nouveaux papertoys je suis tombésur de belles sculptures de papier. Jen Stark – Sculpture
  59. 59. Real leaves from the folk’s backyard, meticulously cut out… Jen Satrk
  60. 60. Multiple layers as metaphor for the many layers a personality may have… How poetic cardboard can be! So, apart from your paper explosions, what inspired your beautiful, fragile paper leaves as silhouettes? I live in Miami, Florida, and these leaves came off of trees from my parent’s backyard. They are called sea-grape trees because the trees produce grape- looking berries. I was searching for something to cut into and I decided to try a leaf because it is pretty thick and strong.I was inspired by how leaves can naturally turn into skeletons over time – losing the green part and keeping only the veins. I wanted to simulate this with my X-Acto. Jen Stark
  61. 61. sketchbook Jen Stark
  62. 62. Isb mar08 Desenho: MattressGiant Jen Stark

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