A City Of Cardboard

A City Of Cardboard

Modular cardboard sculpture creates meditation on urban living.

Lisa Baldini
  • 12 october 2010


Cardboard Heaven is a sculpture project by Swedish artist Nina Lindgren, where cardboard is reconfigured into a “cloud city” that embodies the spatial characteristics of the urban environment, through the stacked nature of the construction. It’s through this juxtaposition of small modular elements comprising the greater structure that allows for a quiet narrative of relations between the inhabitants (or the absence of inhabitants) to occur.

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