|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.