"Impenetrable Castle"
by sabine7 / September 12, 2006


Peter Callesen cuts plain white paper into fantasies of two and three dimensions with eye-popping results. Callesen’s paper sculptures leave their base, or source, in the tidiest manner possible, so that the history of the creation is as fascinating as the creation itself. Callesen’s works are witty and magical. One man reaches down to lend a hand to his own falling body, while the skeleton falls right out of another. A hummingbird is cut out of a flower and poppies wilt, no longer fresh, while many a moat surrounds the impenetrable castle. Simply wonderful. Via Core 77


Artist: Peter Callesen
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