"Paper as Installation" features large-scale works of art that invite the viewer to explore complicated issues and themes in today's society. 

With visually-striking installations that grab the viewer’s attention, the artists on the “Paper as Installation” panel create conversation starters about contemporary issues. Join the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking online as we speak to the artists about their motivations for translating poignant contemporary topics into paper installations. An introduction about the development of the Triennial Exhibition will be provided by Lynn Sures, founder. 

Forgotten Identity - Sanaz Haghani (University of Georgia)
Reassembled in the USA – David Klos (Maryland Institute College of Art)

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"Paper as Installation" is the first of three virtual panels exploring the art of the 7th National Handmade Paper Art Triennial. All panels are free and open to the public.