Kaisa Rajahalme
Muita ideoita: Kaisa
Invisibilis Radialis Sensorum - Ricky van Broekhoven

Invisibilis Radialis Sensorum - Ricky van Broekhoven

clear plastic tarp curtain scenography - Google-haku

clear plastic tarp curtain scenography - Google-haku

Wizard of Oz set Design by Richard Finkelstein, Stage Designer

Wizard of Oz set Design by Richard Finkelstein, Stage Designer

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Full-size model of the "Cushicle (David Green inside)", Designed by Michael Webb of Archigram, 1967

Full-size model of the "Cushicle (David Green inside)", Designed by Michael Webb of Archigram, 1967

Foam is a spectacular installation by Japanese artist Kohei Nawa that transforms a room into a magical scene, making it seem as though visitors are walking up on the clouds. Unveiled at the Aichi Triennale 2013, the artist's piece offers a dreamy landscape in an otherwise pitch-black room. The Osaka-born, Kyoto-based artist creatively transports viewers to an alternate universe without ever having to physically move them. Instead, he forces visitors to tap into their own imagination.

Foam is a spectacular installation by Japanese artist Kohei Nawa that transforms a room into a magical scene, making it seem as though visitors are walking up on the clouds. Unveiled at the Aichi Triennale 2013, the artist's piece offers a dreamy landscape in an otherwise pitch-black room. The Osaka-born, Kyoto-based artist creatively transports viewers to an alternate universe without ever having to physically move them. Instead, he forces visitors to tap into their own imagination.

Cool installation, inflatable sculpture, Olga Diego, collabcubed

Cool installation, inflatable sculpture, Olga Diego, collabcubed

In his piece “Lexus L-finesse,” artist Tokujin Yoshioka uses optical fibers to create a spatial assemblage that expresses a sense of weightlessness and mystery. Novelist Junichiro Tanizaki’s 1933 book In Praise of Shadows articulated the unique qualities of Japanese light found within the shadowy recesses of traditional Japanese dwellings. Tanizaki claimed that the Japanese approach to illumination prioritized subtlety, smoothness, and depth—in contrast with the West’s stark treatment of…

In his piece “Lexus L-finesse,” artist Tokujin Yoshioka uses optical fibers to create a spatial assemblage that expresses a sense of weightlessness and mystery. Novelist Junichiro Tanizaki’s 1933 book In Praise of Shadows articulated the unique qualities of Japanese light found within the shadowy recesses of traditional Japanese dwellings. Tanizaki claimed that the Japanese approach to illumination prioritized subtlety, smoothness, and depth—in contrast with the West’s stark treatment of…

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Ian Kiaer

Ian Kiaer