Paperscape is an installation that refers to the sound of air in motion. Air works as a medium for sound to travel, making it an important matter. An empty room is never empty, it is inhabited by air and by this virtue the installation is created to mark its existence both visually and aurally. The design itself is inspired by domestic clothes hangers and the easing sound created by the movement of air through paper sheets. The Paperscape provides a relaxing aural atmosphere.

Dozens of sheets of wax paper are set in motion by airwaves and orchestrate an atmospheric sound. The bamboo structure supports the paper, which is dyed with the natural red pigment of onion skin.