Italy's Venice Biennale 2013 just kicked off, and from it has come some incredible works of art. Among them, Brazilian artist Odires Mlászho created a unique series of sculptures entirely made of books. The works aim to confront the struggle between the past and the present, assessing the role and movement of technology in art and literature. 

Books are an unusual medium to work with, and Mlaszho impressively creates a variety of shapes and forms of sculpture for the series. Working with fellow exhibitor Hélio Fervenza, the two creatives presented a constellation of pieces addressing and assessing the Möbius Strip's impact on modern art and culture.

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[via Designboom]