Paper is known to be a useful and versatile material.
For centuries, it constantly accompanies our lives, and then it often becomes garbage. Yet even when it is no longer useful as a basis for text and graphics, paper may come back to life in new ways. Cut into fragments and macerated in water, paper becomes a moldable material. When dry, it is extremely lightweight and yet durable due to the presence of chalk and glue. The papier-mâché paste is used here to make light-sculptures, showing short stories or just expressing moods.
Scraps of cardboard, integrated by papier-mâché, become arboreal elements to hang from the ceiling as chandeliers.

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