Jen Stark is so clever with paper, building unbelievably complex large-scale wall pieces and sculptures. Starting in 2005, Jen began making animations using solely paper by building up layers of intricate cut-outs. Jen’s work brings to mind the abstract animations of Oskar Fischinger, who worked from the 20s-40s and is noted for creating special effects long before a computer.
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June 15, 2013 by Erin Fletcher
August 2, 2012 by Erin Fletcher
Influenced by the wild and colorful culture of Miami, Jen Stark builds unimaginable, gravity-defying sculptures out of layers and layers of hand-cut paper. Jen began working with paper when she studied abroad in France. Armed with two suitcases filled with clothes and no art supplies, she purchased a pack of assorted card stock due to its value and potential qualities as an medium. She continues to redefine her work into new shapes and complex forms both as sculptural and animated pieces.