Go Deep With Aivaras Ligeika’s Orpheus Paper Sculpture

More than 350 paper faces Aivaras Ligeikas Orpheus Installation of a paper sculpture. The cuts reveal the illusion of a “silent symphony of dreams and ideas” that explores the relationship between humans and matter and ultimately reflects the fragile moment and the image of a thought. In order to offer the viewer a unique experience, a custom-made glass showcase was designed in which a lamp installed in the base gently illuminates the work at night and creates a striking effect. The only materials used in the manufacture of Orpheus are drawing paper, double-sided tape, mirrors, LED lights, tempered glass, and lacquered wood.

Camera: Dominykas Stelmokas Composer: Sugam Khetan

Detail of the sculptural paper art

Detail of the sculptural paper art

Detail of the sculptural paper art

Detail of the sculptural paper art

Detail of the sculptural paper art

Detail of the sculptural paper art

Detail of the sculptural paper art

Detail of the sculptural paper art

Detail of the sculptural paper art

Detail of the sculptural paper art

Detail of the sculptural paper art

Detail of the sculptural paper art

Detail of the sculptural paper art

To learn more about Orpheus, visit bside.lt.

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