Comes from a reflection on fast usable stuff, lost paper transforms single use paper and cardboard packaging into eternal and heavy objects by casting them.
Each piece starts from a sheet of paper cutted, bended, spliced and fixed with a thin layer of wax to create complex and organic structures later casted in bronze. The result is a kind of textured paper spider web that combines the feeling of lightness of the paper with the solidity and brightness of the white bronze. The high fluid rate of the molten bronze allows an exact replica of the paper structures. Each piece is unique in shape and texture due the process adopted.