(re)Searh My Trash Interview

"What’s interesting and subtle about Origami is that the model you see – as complex as it might be – is not the truth or the core of the object; it’s just one of many possible expressions of that piece of paper, just as being a dancer is of that woman. Particularly in Origami, you rarely cut or glue or manipulate the paper in any way – you take its basic features as a given and work with them. When it comes to people, it’s harder to respect that boundary." Full interview.