by Rachel Oakley in New Art on Thursday 15 May 2014

Believe it or not, these bank notes aren’t bank notes at all. They’re sculptures, crafted by Paul Rousso using heat infusion on plexiglass. And these sculptures aren’t even the same size as currency – they’re enormous, measuring up to four- or five-feet each. It seems Rousso has a passion for ‘crumpled art’, as he’s also created a series of candy wrappers and city newspapers. There’s something so satisfying about this crumpling business, right?

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