As artist Kara Cobb Johnson began folding paper airplanes in her garage she needed a place for them to dry undisturbed, so she binder clipped them to strings hanging from the rafters. The resulting paper airplane collection became a way to experience color and sculpturally repetitive shapes while enhancing everyday materials in lofty space. Interpretations of the paper airplanes are varied and include but are not limited to...breaking the glass ceiling, aiming high, taking off, and not...

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