|This is part of the series, Making Things With Makers About Making. You can read the introduction to the project, and see other items in the series.|
This item is contributed by Yun Mi Antorini, from Denmark. She sent three things, of which this is the first (hence my numbering as #1A). By way of explanation, she quoted my questions – ‘Why do you make things? What difference does making things make?’ – and replied:
I made these stars out of paper. I made them because they are a perfect example of how beautiful geometry can be. When lights shines though them, you can see new forms and shapes. They remind me of how little I know of mathematics!
Making things like this enables me to enjoy perfection! And then I think they look nice, of course!
Thank you to Yun Mi for sending this in. Next you might like to look at other items in the series.