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Foam by Kohei Nawa Had Guests Wading Through Imaginatively

 - Nov 6, 2013
References: kohei-nawa.net & neatorama
The art installation titled Foam by Kohei Nawa, an artist born in Osaka, Japan, looks like something straight out of the imagination of a child. As its name suggests, it is entirely made out of foam. As Neatorama cleverly points out, it "looks like a dishwashing experiment gone wrong."

Made up of large suds of soap, Foam by Kohei Nawa is a simple installation that was created with only three ingredients: detergent, glycerin and water. As a result, large waves of form were formed. Best of all, however, is the fact that guests viewing the installation were invited to wade through it. In this way, Foam by Kohei Nawa is an interactive experience. People were able to shaped the foam in a multitude of fun ways until it disappeared all together.