This Fujiko Nakaya Art Project Seemingly Takes People into the Sky

By: Tia Clarke - Published: Apr 29, 2013 • References: mymodernmet & designtaxi
This surreal installation by Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya allows members of the public to feel like they are walking on clouds. The unusual artwork is currently installed on a rooftop in Austria and allows people to enter into a realm of fantasy where they feel like they are defying gravity.

The installation, which is entitled 'Cloud Parking,' is created using a specially made system of pumps and fog nozzles. Visitors to this amazing artwork get a real sense of being above the city with the beautiful views of the Austrian skyline from this heightened vantage point.

The Japanese artist is currently working on a new cloud installation entitled 'Fog Bridge #72494,' which will be shown at the San Francisco Exploratorium. Stats for Immersive Cloud Installations Trending: Older & Mild
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