After 40 years of attracting attention around the world since being introduced at the Pepsi Pavilion at the Osaka World Expo 1970, Fujiko Nakaya's original "fog sculptures" resurfaced in the vast public space of the Central Park in front of YCAM. A unique sort of environment combining changeable natural fog and modeled artificial fog was realized with an original system controlling the amount and direction of emitted artificial fog according to wind conditions, and an artificial fog generator built after Shiro Takatani's structural design exclusively for this work. Along with an impression of the fog's overwhelming volume, the visitor could experience fog as an objet d'art that merges and flows with the environment.
“Fog sculptures” flowing and merging with the environment
Large-scale installation utilizing artificial fog.