Little can cross the boundary between centuries. Gaps in culture and society create tears in connections between generations.
With a bleak prospect for tying up the ends of time, Canadian artist Morgana Wallace has created a magical spell to remedy the gaps. Piles of paper, X-ACTO knives, gauche and anything she finds lying around her house become a part of her mythological, paper cut collages. Saturated colors and lively textures recreate characters and deities of the past, strong and salient as ever.
Wallace’s work covers a myriad of cultures from Chinese to Inuit to Greek with gods trancing through their famous stories. The straight and exact cuts of the paper keep the gods alive and relevant in her modern art, completing the magic to her work.
Source: Morgana Wallace