“There’s an old children’s joke. You hold up a white piece of paper and you ask, what’s this? A rabbit in a snowstorm.”
Rabbit in a Snowstorm is a swirling centre of fold, crumples, cuts and forms. Utilizing plain printing paper the focus is on the material itself, the objects blending together in the white space, differentiated only by their folds and shadows. My piece invites the viewer to explore the various nooks and crannies, to peer into the chaos and find geometric forms and strange shapes.
Collaborating with Laura Malignaggi she contributed the cut paperwork to the sculpture.