Ingrid Siliakus uses paper to create intricate three-dimensional sculptures. Some fold out from books, whereas other pieces are hanging sculptures illuminated by lamps. She names herself a 'paper-architect' as well as an artist, which is evident in her angular work which reminds the viewer of medieval castles and detailed gothic architecture.
I study Interactive Arts at Manchester Metropolitan University. I exhibit with the artist collective Creative Transit and my written work often appears in The Hare Newspaper.