The project "Plegados Itinerantes" was developed in 2017 and consisted in the creation and installation of 250 life-sized human figures created from a square of paper without cutting with the origami technique, which were installed in the city of Puerto Montt, Chile.


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The figures were created and installed by the artist Claudio Acuña J.

In each place the figures will be installed for a period of between 2 and 3 weeks, with the figures left for free manipulation by the public.

The objective of the project was to reflect on the few public spaces of the city and the use that we give to these spaces as citizens.

More info: plegadositinerantes.cl

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Miss Cris 2 months ago

As a teacher, when I'm backwards and I "listen" a second of silence, I'm scared that this happen... but I turn back and they're still there, alife and noisy again. :)

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Ash E 2 months ago

Anyone getting a "Pretty Little Liars" vibe from hoodie?

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Miss Cris 2 months ago

That man surprised or seeing the lybrary full of people... oh, wait

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Spindlemaker 2 months ago

I wish a paper person was sitting in the chair on stage.

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Echo 2 months ago

You lookin at me? I said, you lookin at me!?

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Miss Cris 2 months ago

Is he peeing?

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Each figure is made of a square of folded paper without cuts.

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Echo 2 months ago

I think this one is kind of cute for some reason. I think it is because of the size difference.