5 March (Thursday) – 20 April (Monday)
12:30pm – 7:00pm
Free of charge
” I was fascinated by origami (paper folding) from a young age. To watch a piece of two-dimensional paper turning into a three-dimensional object was like watching magic.
Spending the major part of my “origami life” folding existing models designed by other organists, I created my own first model, a popular Chinese dim sum, some 9 years ago. As of today, I have created more than 400 models.
Origami as an art, like all other art forms, I believe, is about expressing yourself. If the artist’s message, through his or her art work, manages to get across to its beholders, the art has done its job.
The message I hope to pass to you through this mini-exhibition is simple, that “Life is fun”. To avoid creating unnecessary distance between my works and their viewers, I have used ordinary origami paper available in most stationery stores, wrapping paper and printing paper.
So, my friends, should my origami bring a smile to your face or strike a chord in your heart, I will be more than satisfied!”