Goran Konjevod 
One uncut square of paper, 8" by 8" by 8", 2009.
Goran Konjevod,
Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Freelance Artist,
School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering,
Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona and Livermore, California
"I fold (mostly flat and mostly paper) surfaces into interesting
shapes. To do this, I use sequences of pleats to arrange layers so
that they create tension that forces the material towards a curved
surface. The simplest of these pieces are more appropriately
described as discovered than created, but in others I build on the
basic equilibrium shape to bend and curve the pleated surface further.
The mathematics show up in many ways, but the two of my favorite are
the combinatorics in the arrangement of pleats and the mathematical
physics in understanding the forms preferred by the paper when folded."
(art:) goran.konjevod@gmail.com
