Resident: Paper Art

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Teens, Adults
  • Category: Other Happenings
Sat, 14 Oct, 2017, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM (GMT+8)



277 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238858

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Teens, Adults

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Captain LULO (Cheryl Teo) is library@orchard's artist-in-residence and will be working out of the library from August to October 2017. Drop by during this open studio session to say hello and learn more about her upcoming projects and artistic process.

Note: This programme is not a workshop. 

Projects Captain LULO will be working on:
  • 100 Day Project: A continuation of an ongoing project in which the artist will create matchbox-sized paper dioramas for 100 days. 
  • The Art of Cut Paper: Reconstruction of commissioned works in which the artist will reconstruct and film the process for some of her commissioned works, to give insight into the process of papercutting. Stop-motion animation will also be explored to bring the paper works to life.
  • Narrative Tales: A set of illustrative images, made with paper, built on whimsical narratives. It is a collection of paper works that blur the line between reality and fiction. 
  • DIY Paper Sculpture Resource: Ready-to-use resources for structural designs and paper projects. 
About the Resident:
Captain LULO (Cheryl Teo) is a visual artist and craft-based designer who works with paper and other tactile media. She began experimenting with paper in 2011 and turned to building 3D pieces in 2016. Cheryl is drawn to the meticulous process of creating playful illustrations and sculptures through layers of paper. Her work is whimsical, and looks at everyday scenes and stories. She hopes to explore more possibilities for the use of paper. 

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