American contemporary artist Jen Stark creates three-dimensional pieces from paper. Among her tools are an X-acto knife, wood, and mirrors. Her methods are simply layering a variety of colors in order to achieve different effects. She is inspired by microscopic natural patterns, wormholes and sliced anatomy.
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|Stark was the winner of the MOCA North Miami Optic Nerve 10th annual film festival, as well as recipient of the prestigious South Florida Cultural Consortium's Visual and Media Artists Fellowship in 2008. Her work was also recently included in Cool Hunting's "Best of 2012"|