“Snow” Installation | Tokujin Yoshioka

Tokujin Yoshioka continues to create spatial designs made from artificial materials, giving the viewer the sensation of experiencing light, snow, storms and other phenomena in a huge space of 15m in width, fine feathers are blown up by wind and shower down as if real snow does.

The scene of hundres of kilograms of light feathers being blown all over
and falling down slowly, reminds one of the snow scape of our memories and expresses the beauty
of nature which exceeds our imagination. Currently exploring the potential future of design
and how it will incorporate natural principles and effects, integrating natural science technologies,
yoshioka’s ‘snow’ (2010) is similar to looking at or walking through a snowstorm.

The winter calm

Progression of "Snow"

Reported by Jane


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