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Slash: Paper Under the Knife
Posted: November 16th, 2009

Slash: Paper Under the Knife at the Museum of Art and Design explores the international phenomenon of cut paper in contemporary art–showcasing the work of artists who reach beyond the traditional role of paper as a neutral surface to consider its potential as a medium for provocative, expressive, and visually striking sculpture, installation, and video animation.

This SundayArts Profile goes behind the scenes with four of the artists featured in the exhibition.  Slash: Paper Under the Knife is on view through April 4th, 2010.

  • James

    Nicely shot and edited. Good work

  • Jim

    Beautifully done. Can I buy a DVD of this story?

  • Michael

    Awesome…great subject, great presentation.

  • Carole

    Comprehensive and interesting including the artist interviews. Please let me know if i can purchase this as a DVD.

  • Rolf Günther

    Wonderful show ! Congretulations! I follow Andrea’s work for 5 years now but I’m stunned that there are so many more excellent artists working with paper. Is it possible to get a DVD of this film?
    thanks in advance answering me. Warmest regards

  • Denise Edkins

    I saw this on TV and was riveted by the amazing works of art. I cannot wait to go see the show. I have been inspired! Thank you!

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