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‘People’s Choice’ award at Museum of Art & Design, NYC

Slash: Paper Under The Knife

Museum of Art & Design, New York


David Revere McFadden, Chief Curator, and Laura Stern, Assistant Curator

movingpaper.madmuseum.orgMoving Paper is the Museum of Arts and Design cut paper animation festival.

Lily & Honglei’s Forbidden City showcased at MAD Museum Theater, 3/27/10

The Winners!
People’s Choice award

Paper Boy by: iank [grand prize winner!]

Legend of the Raven God King by: leahnolbrich

Forbidden City by: lily&honglei

Museum’s Choice award

NZ Book Council – Going West by: The New Zealand Book Council [grand prize winner!]

American Dream Anton Cabaleiro

Plume Maya Erdelyi

The Museum of Arts and Design is pleased to announce the winners of the People’s Choice and Museum’s Choice awards of the Moving Paper cut paper animation festival. Out of the many exceptional videos we received, these pieces are recognized as being particularly noteworthy by the Museum and by the thousands of visitors to the festival website

You can come and see the winners in the Theater at MAD on Saturday, March 27th. We’ll be screening a selection of videos all day long, and admittance is included with your Museum admission.

Many thanks to all of the people who submitted. The Museum had the highest of expectations for this project, and we were pleasantly surprised to find our expectations exceeded.

By Lily Honglei

Lily Honglei, artist collaborate from Beijing, is currently base in United States. Their creative projects integrate digital imaging technologies, such as Augmented Realty, Virtual Reality and digital animation, with traditional art mediums to comment on current global societies as well as the relationship between Asian cultural heritages and globalization. Their projects received awards and grants from Creative Capital, New York Foundation of Arts Fellowship and Fiscal Sponsorship, New York States Council on the Arts, Queens Art Council, among others.

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