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Window Wonderland Trail

Window 11: Christmas Baublelicious

Designed by Jacqui Symons

Christmas baublelicious is an installation of suspended giant Christmas tree decorations made entirely from coloured paper and suspended to fill the window. The baubles are a collection of intricately folded and highly detailed 3D origami shapes depicting beautiful and traditional Christmas decorations. Jacqui has created this on a large scale to create an eye-catching display and generate a sense of wonder.

Jacqui creates large-scale suspended installations from multiples of origami and paper. Her practice responds to the environment and the natural world and a large part of her work looks at concerns about climate change and loss of biodiversity. Her installations have been exhibited internationally with her largest piece to date, a suspended 3D fish made from 5000 small origami fish, used to celebrate the Chinese New Year in Hong Kong.

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Jacqui Symons

Jacqui Symons