Exhibition: Oriland. Un mundo de papiroflexia. (Oriland. A world of paperfolding.)
The exhibition was arranged at El Escorial, a town 45 kilometres northwest of Madrid and famous by the Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, which is an immense palace, Augustinian monastery, museum, and library complex, built in 1563–67 for Philip II.
The exhibition was located at Casa de Cultura de San Lorenzo de El Escorial, which is one of buildings of the Royal Monastery complex.
From the exhibition hall’s windows, you could observe this spectacular view on the Monastery.
The Oriland exhibition was timed to coincide with X International Convention of Asociación Española de Papiroflexia (A.E.P.) and 25th A.E.P. Anniversary, which was celebrated at “Casa de Ejercicios de San José de El Escorial” (10 minutes from "Monasterio de El Escorial"). Along with the Oriland exhibition there was also the Exposition of Papiroflexia by A.E.P. photo-review of the AEP Convention 2007
The exhibition hall for Oriland was a very nice large space (7 x 14 meters) with a good lighting.
The Oriland exhibition included the Oriland kingdom ‘La Magic’ on a big podium (4 x 4 meters) in the center, Oribana compositions, installed on 12 tall stands, plus greeting cards display. There was a good pass for public to go around the kingdom and wide spaces to watch Oribana.