Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka is going to present an installation called “Snow” at the “Sensing Nature” exhibition, which will be held at the Mori Art Museum from July 24th.


In a huge space of 15m in width, fine feathers are blown up by the wind and shower down as if real snow does. It reminds us of the snowscape that lies in our memory, and will express the beauty of nature that exceeds our imaginations. The “Snow” installation is completed by reconstructing the work previously designed in 1997.

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  5. Ceramic says:

    Jul 26, 2010

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