Emmanuelle Moureaux architecture + design's new paper installation is featured in the 'Space in Ginza' display in the METoA Ginza.
The unique sculpture comes in the form of a tall, rectangular column in gradient rainbow colors. Each level of the sculpture is a different color and is made up of hundreds of paper silhouettes of women. The silhouettes are mostly the same but some unique ones are embedded in the paper installation, giving the viewer the opportunity to find it while looking at the sculpture. The artistic installation was designed to function as a "reminder to think about where you belong."
This artistic sculpture acts as an interesting visual piece while also making the viewer think about their role in society at large.
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