In Papercut 32
(2015), and Papercut 33
(2015), Svobodová employs a dramatic palette of white, navy blue, and black to depict a succession of
. With crisp edges and the illusory sense that these planes are unfolding outward like sheets of paper, the works recall paper-folding processes like origami
. Svobodová introduces a peach-colored section into Papercut 26
(2015), which otherwise features acrylic-soaked blues, blacks, and whites. This juxtaposition of warm and cool hues is subtle, but reveals a serious concern for color theory and is testament to her keen sensibility for color.