Expert Interview –Miguel Gañán

Miguel entered the origami world in 2007. From the very beginning, Miguel was interested in geometry and math-related origami, and designed several modular models based on Tomoko Fuse´s units and snapology.

In 2011, Miguel discovered the world of tessellations and began folding the models of several authors to learn the process. Toward the end of 2017, his first designs came to life. Initially, these were plain tessellations as well as boxes, closed cubes, and tatos, models which are based on a similar technique.Gerardo has a background in Social Sciences, has been practicing origami actively since 2010, and has designed near 80 origami models. …READ MORE HERE…

Expert Interview –Gerardo Gacharná

Gerardo Gacharná’s enthusiasm and creativity with origami are contagious and he will be sharing with us about his creative process for designing origami models and his experiences as a teacher.
Gerardo has a background in Social Sciences, has been practicing origami actively since 2010, and has designed near 80 origami models. …READ MORE HERE…

Expert Interview -Daniela Izquierdo

Daniela Izquierdo (Born in Mexico) works with an interdisciplinary team of designers and engineers who use ORIGAMI as a creative tool that can help people develop visual and manual thinking, as an emotional design tool focusing on stress management, and to create special projects. …READ MORE HERE…

Expert Interview -Marc Kirschenbaum

Marc Kirschenbaum is a leading American origami artist. He has covered a wide range of subject matter and has utilized a variety of folding mediums.
His origami work has been shown in many museums and shows around the world, including the American Museum of Natural History, The Smithsonian, Mingei International Museum, and Hangar-7.
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