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Snowy Stationary Scenes
Takashi Kuribayashi Creates a Winter Wonderland Using Paper


By: Michael Hines (Superstar) Dec 6, 11
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Takashi Kuribayashi has brought winter to the Hong Kong Arts Centre in the form of ‘Vision of Nature: Lost & Found in Asian Contemporary Art.’ Kuribayashi’s new installation is made entirely out of paper and can only be viewed by sticking your head through the installation’s paper floor.

The effect of sticking your head through a paper ceiling and emerging into a faux winter wonderland must be something to say the least. According to Kuribayashi, the installation was designed to study the role of nature in Asian contemporary art. Takashi Kuribayashi’s Vision of Nature is easily one of the most creative takes on winter you’re likely to come across, whether or not you’re a fan of the cold.



Source: dezeen
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