The Fold 51 (March-April 2019):online (2019)

Patrick Maynard
University of Western Ontario
Recovery and original English translation, with commentary and notes on metaphysical references, of parodic 1902 letter by Miguel de Unamumo, supporting the view that he was a crucial figure in the transformation of isolated, traditional, cultural practices of paperfolding into the modern, international, autonomous, minor artform postwar termed 'origami'.
Keywords Unamuno  Art  Origami  Modernism
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