Echoes-Infinity by Shinji Ohmaki is Subtly Interactive

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 31, 2012 • References: & mymodernmet
Echoes-Infinity by Shinji Ohmaki is an art installation that has transformed an ordinary room into an artistic garden of sorts. In place of real flowers and foliage, this exhibit centers around painted floral patterns that turn the space into a delightfully vibrant canvas.

Using pigments, felt, nonflammable cloth, fluorescent lights and acrylic cases, Echoes-Infinity by Shinji Ohmaki is a subtle interactive art installation. While the audience does not participate in the creation of these colorful floral artworks, they do leave their individual marks as their travel across the room admiring the piece. The more touches and footsteps, the blurrier and smudgier the installation becomes. Overtime, it becomes a surreal version of its original design.

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