Plain paper, Art work
A commission to participate in an art exhibition exploring 'The future of money' led to this work called 'Plain paper' and no it is not a spelling mistake...
Money becomes valuable only when you start treating it as so. Childhood is the period in which you might treat money bills just as they are, printed plain paper, and if so why not make little planes out of them.
The name of the work is supposed to provoke the viewer to think is it a spelling mistake, or maybe the error might be ours giving so much value to those papers.
Dimensions: Single piece H5cm x L5cm x D3cm
Materials: Money bills