Béatrice Coron, who was born in France and now lives in New York City, is an internationally recognized papercutting artist. She is known for her fanciful, silhouette narratives, which are cut from a single sheet of Tyvek. WordWide Wanderings features Coron’s literature inspired works and book forms. The centerpiece of the exhibition is a 9-yard scroll based on Italo Calvino’s novel Invisible Cities and Daily Battles, a 6-minute 3-D video that uses imagery from classic heroic tales as metaphors for everyday life.