Origami Unicorn
Origami Unicorn is a collection of artworks exploring themes related to science fiction and the psychology of utopia. The title references the final scene of the director’s cut of Ridley Scott’s 1982 film Blade Runner. The paper unicorn discovered in the scene presents a question with regards to the existential nature of the film’s protagonist, Rick Deckard – Is he human, or android? (‘replicant’ in the terminology of the film). The unicorn is referenced here as a symbolic motif serving to reveal an underlying existential principle or truth.
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Origami Unicorn

Origami Unicorn (left) and Nexus-6 (Roy Batty) (right)

A House With Many Rooms

A House With Many Rooms

An Intimate Night (spent with nobody) (left) and "...tears in rain." (right)

Psychic Goo (what's the frequency, baby?)

Psychic Goo (what's the frequency, baby?)

Fait Accompli

Fait Accompli

I'm Deranged

I'm Deranged

Icarus Flies

Icarus Flies

Nexus-6 (Roy Batty)

Nexus-6 (Pris)

Eternal Recurrence

Eternal Recurrence

One Who Seizes Possibilities

One Who Seizes Possibilities

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