FOGSCAPE #47412 by Fujiko Nakaya Creates an Eerie Effect

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: nakaya.net & designboom
Artist Fujiko Nakaya is known for his ability to create stunning installations using mostly mist, and FOGSCAPE #47412 is no different. The artwork takes place at the Sapporo Museum, and works its way through the outside of the buildings.

Moreover, the installation hovers over a body of water, which in combination with the mist gives the museum grounds an eerie effect like something from a horror movie. One point that Fujiko Nakaya tries to go for with his installations is have the mist constantly changing in form. As people walk through the area the fog is always moving, making it a different experience for each person that walks past.

Who knew that fog could be used for such engaging artwork? Fujiko Nakaya really knows how to make the most of this substance.

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