About Chloe Campbell’s work:
Solid stone churches, portrayed in paper. Christopher Wren worked with slabs of masonry, polished and hewn until they formed something spectacular. And now these steady structures have been immortalised in the lightest of materials. With Wren-like precision, Chloe Campbell has used a scalpel to craft a design from a single sheet of paper. Or 52 sheets, to be exact. Why? Because her dream is to see Wren’s 52 post-fire-spires as they once were. Uncluttered by skyscrapers. Stretching into the air, without fighting for space.