Johan Hybschmann made this amazing work in paper:
One of Johan’s student projects, in particular, continues to astound me. What you’re looking at in the images reproduced here (alongside Johan’s answers to a series of questions I had posed over email) are painstakingly precise laser-cuts made into the pages of a blank sketchbook. As the book is opened and its pages begin to turn, these cuts work together to form a spatial representation of the single, highly choreographed 90-minute shot that is Alexander Sokurov’s film Russian Ark. The book’s “content” is thus a three-dimensional, perspectivally accurate space.
Find out more on BLDGBLOG. (Thanks, Tatia!)