Note that this site has been updated till 2006. After that,
Ingrid has switched to: http://ingrid-siliakus.exto.org (or .nl and .be)
|New artwork at Exto Gallery (2006)||New artwork at Gallery Buuf - The Art Centre (2005-2006)||artwork at Artolive (2003- 2006)||Escher versus origamic architecture||
|Book: from building to card||Chatani/Nakazawa||Origami|
Paper (Origamic) architecture - Ingrid Siliakus
Ingrid her work can be bought at:
- Gallery Buuf: www.galeriebuuf.nl
- Museumshop of Museum Rijswijk: www.museumryswyk.nl/uk/index.html
- Online sales: www.paperartnl.galeriebuuf.nl and www.evermore.com/shop
Amsterdam, Buuf-The Art Centre, 'Outside', 10/22/2006 -11/26/2006.
U.S.A., New York, Soho,
September 26th/October 28th, 2000.
U.S.A., New York,
American Craft Museum:
May 18th/September 2nd, 2001.
'Bos Autumn Convention',
September 13th/15th, 2002.
'Silhuett och origami',
April 1st/May 11th, 2002.
U.S.A., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 'Movable book Society Conference', September 19th/ 21st, 2002.
Poland, Poznan, Museum of H. Sienkiewicz, 'Human', May/June, 2003.
’International reflection on Gaudi’
October 23rd, 2003/January 17th, 2004.
Obra Social Caja Madrid,
'Libros móviles y desplegables',
March 11/April 29, 2005.
Spain, Leon, Edificio Botines: 'Libros móviles y desplegables' June 23/August 21, 2005.
The Netherlands, Amsterdam, Gallery Buuf - The Art Centre: 'Heavenly', August 21/October 2, 2005.
Amsterdam, Buuf-The Art Centre 'Cheer Up!' 10/09/2005 - 11/20/2005.
Amsterdam, Buuf-The Art Centre, 'Celebrations' 11/27/2005 - 01/08/2006.
Amsterdam, Buuf-The Art Centre, 'Love & Seduce', 01/15/2006 - 02/26/2006.
Amsterdam, Buuf-The Art Centre, 'Tasty, 03/05/2006 - 04/16/2006.
Amsterdam, Buuf-The Art Centre, 'City Breeze', 04/24/2006 - 06/04/2006.
Rijswijk, Museum Rijswijk,
Aalsmeer, Historische Tuin,
Biography of Ingrid Siliakus (1955)
Paper (Origamic) architect/paper artist
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Something like 12 years ago, Ingrid Siliakus discovered
paper (Origamic) Architecture by seeing work of the originator of this
art form Prof. Masahiro Chatani (architect and professor in Japan). He
developed this art form in the early 1980’s. Ingrid was instantly
fascinated by the ingenious manner in which these cards were designed
and by the beauty they radiated. Ingrid studied the originator his work
for some years and than started to design herself.
Ingrid states that creating these cards have given her personal means of
expressing. Her specialties are buildings of master architects and
intricate abstract sculptures. Her source of inspiration by these
abstract sculptures is works of artist like M.C. Escher. With buildings
she feels attracted to work of Berlage and Gaudi. Her work has been
exhibit and is being sold in The Netherlands and beyond.
The distinction between pop-up cards and paper (Origamic) architecture cards is that in pop-up cards a model is - usually - folded out of more sequences of paper. With Paper (Origamic) Architecuture however, an object is cut out of a single piece of paper. It is done by a combination of detailed cutting and folding. To design a pattern from scratch, the artist needs the skills of an architect to create a two-dimensional design, which, with the patience and precision of a surgeon, becomes an ingenious three-dimensional wonder of paper.
Orders accepted. Ask for pricing.
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright: Ingrid Siliakus, 2006.
Main project 2006:
- DAM (Denver Art Museum), Denver, U.S.A. Two designs of the expansion to the museum, being the 'Frederic C. Hamilton Building'. Spring/Autumn.
Main projects 2005:
- Shamlian Advertising, Philadelphia, U.S.A., Christmas design: 'Delancey Street', October/November.
- Xn-editions, Paris, France: participation (3 designs and cover books) 'White Book' of Francesca Gabbiani, limited edition artbooks (20 pieces), Spring/Summer.
Main project 2004:
Assignment Museum of Modern Art, New York, U.S.A.: Invitationcards opening 'New MoMA building' (cards of the new building and for design shops MoMA).
Argentina, La Plata:
May 15th, 2001.
U.S.A., Greenwich Village Gazette,
'Origamic Architecture at The American Craft Museum'
July 27th, 2001.
U.S.A., New York Times,
August 10th, 2001.
Argentina, La Plata:
January 13th, 2002.
'La magia de los libros desplegables y móviles',
March 11th, 2005.
The Netherlands, Aalsmeer:
'Origamic Architecture from building to card',
Paper (Origamic) Architecture links:
- Gerry Stormer:
Virtual Gallery of Origamic Architecture,
- Marivi Garrido:
Marivi's Origamic Architecture,
Vanessa's Origamic Architecture,
- Joyce Ayste:
Origami Architecture Greeting Cards by Live Your Dream Designs
- Andrew Crawford:
Evermore Origamic Architecture
(also mail list and online shop).
- Takaaki Kihara:
O.A. and M.C. Escher’s Tessellation
- Robert Sabuda:
Many more Origamic Architecture recourses can be found on above mentioned sites.