Glajcar's paper sculptures mostly hang, floating in the air. They
seem light and delicate, however they show a strong sculptural
presence. Terforation is the title of Angela Glajcar's cubic
staggered arrangement of the vertically hung series of sheets of
white paper, with torn edges, produces cave-like recessions. These
extend into the depth of the sculpture. The sharp ridges and deep
caverns evoke associations with glacial or rock formations while
light and shadow fall on the surface of the sheets, enlivening the
interior of the oblong structure.
The viewer is led into fascinating rooms of harmony and silence.