Malaysia-born, Tennessee-based artist Daniel Lai, aka Kenjio, make use of a visually charming paper failure method for his enthused book sculptures. Every book come into flower external in waves of paper crease unto themselves, go together with by a terracotta statuette of a man bottomless in consideration. The sculptor’s sequence of Thinker sculptures, deep Rodin’s The Thinker, exhibits a shrewd concentration to feature and cleverness in multi medium, counting paper and clay. The good-looking descriptions shaped by Kenjio’s folding technique mimic that of a completely bloomed flower or maybe a cog in a chronometer. The fictional sculptures reinterpret the application of information and reproduce the limits of time to absorb said information. Kenjio has constructed a realm of his own where the thoughts man reigns atop his fictional throne. Take a look.