hidemi nishida + teppei koseki set up fragile occupancy_dance hidemi nishida + teppei koseki set up fragile occupancy_dance
oct 30, 2013

hidemi nishida + teppei koseki set up fragile occupancy_dance

hidemi nishida + teppei koseki set up fragile occupancy_dance
image © yusuke momma
all images courtesy of hidemi nishida and teppei koseki

 

 

 

filling a gallery space in moscow with giant transparent bubbles, environmental artist hidemi nishida in collaboration with video artist teppei koseki have put together an immersive installation for lexus hybrid art 2013. the womb-like interior entices people to wander into the purple structure where they must navigate their way in-between the bulbous forms. projected onto the surface of the bubbles is the video work by koseki, which shows five different movement pieces by the contemporary buto dancer yasushi shoji. the images also reflect onto the surrounding space, providing viewers with an interactive and theatrical experience.

 

 


‘fragile occupancy_dance’
video courtesy of hidemi nishida

 

 


the giant inflated bubbles inside the gallery in moscow for lexus hybrid art 2013

 

 


viewers exploring the installation

 

 


video of a contemporary buto dancer yasushi shoji are projected onto the space

 

 


people must navigate their way in-between the bulbous forms

 

 


the installation provides an immersive experience as one journeys through the space

 

 


it is possible to walk in-between the giant bubbles

 

 


the dark interior

 

 


reflection of the video projection onto the purple structure

 

 


detail of the theatrical reflection from the video

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

  • a first step
    to bad it did not go further in regards to different shapes and lighting and sound
    this is facile as to what might have been done
    facile for facile minds
    i am paedra.com
    and I mean to rattle your mind

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