In my wanderings this weekend in the fair land of Canada, I stumbled across an exhibit by an old friend and very talented artist, Jennie Suddick. Titled “Of Nails and Rope Ladders,” it’s a collection of treehouses and other fantastical pieces of architecture made mostly of paper. I took some (modest) photos below, for those of you unable to travel to Unionville, Ontario between now and January. Check out the photos below the break, and visit the artist’s website at www.jenniesuddick.com.
Richard Ford Burley is a writer, library worker, and doctoral candidate in English at Boston College, where he’s studying remix culture and the processes that generate texts. In his spare time he writes about science, skepticism, and feminism (and exciting art exhibits) here at This Week In Tomorrow.