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This Art Installment is Designed with an Unusual Material

 - Jan 8, 2014
References: sandwich-cpca.net & thisiscolossal
A Japanese artist named Kohei Nawa has created a foam cloud art installation that takes you through a dreamy wonderland. It’s an immersive cloud-like installation that is made from huge plumes of amorphous bubbles creating a mimicking resemblance of bleak primordial landscapes. The use of foam develops heavy clouds that look surreal when walking through the installation.

The bubbles make a pleasant sensation of hearing the popping sounds as an interactive mystical experience. The work titled ‘Foam’ was available for viewing at the 2013 Aichi Triennale where visitors can experience a dream-like wonderland filled with large white fluffy clouds in a night scenery. The creation of foam cloud art is definitely an extraordinary view that takes you beyond above the sky.