Source: Kohei Nawa Dreamlike Art Installation Lets You Walk Through Clouds In The Night Sky 2015-11-11 Wed 2018-04-18 Wed Nothing is more mystical than the enigmatic darkness of the night sky. If you’ve ever looked up into its obscurity and wondered what it would be like to float freely among the stars and clouds, this dreamlike installation might reveal some of those secrets. Foam by Japanese artist Kohei Nawa allowed visitors to walk through a maze of clouds installed in a dark room, making it seem as though they were wandering in the night sky. But that wasn’t all this celestial structure was — it also conveyed a message about the unrelenting cycle of birth and death that all living organisms are bound to. “Small bubbles (cells) continue to form on the surface of a gently lapsing liquid,” Nawa explained on his website. “They accumulate to form an autonomous structure comprised of foam. Each bubble cannot escape the cycle of birth and destruction, which is not unlike the way our cells operate as they metabolize and circulate.” Source: Kohei Nawa Source: Kohei Nawa Source: Kohei Nawa Source: Kohei Nawa Source: Kohei Nawa Source: Kohei Nawa By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:Kohei Nawa Tags: Art / Clouds / Japanese / Night grape Japan Art Dreamlike Art Installation Lets You Walk Through Clouds In The Night Sky Related Article Tipping, white teeth, fast food, and other Americana Japanese people don’t understand Bonsai Skulls Combine Life And Death In Beautiful Detail Japanese Voices: @17 no Gokitaku Shimasenka? #39 Japanese Ukiyo-e Art Comes To Life In Quirky And Cool Series Of Gifs Master Japanese Painter’s Bird Artwork Turned Into Gorgeously Iced Cookies Michelangelo’s David And Other Masterpieces As Japanese Action Figures!