‘occupancy’ by hidemi nishida
‘occupancy’ is an installation in which japanese artist hidemi nishida filled a closed elementary school building with large plastic bubbles,
with video projections filtering through their transparent bodies – colors floating within the space accompanied by piquant noise.
visitors were able to wander through the narrow pathways created between inflated forms, experiencing the work in a trance-like state.
viewers timidly enter to the exhibition space
individuals could wander through the narrow pathways between the bubbles
huge bubbles were made of agricultural plastic sheeting
video projection on the surface of the bubbles filled the room with color
moving between the gaps
accompanying the video projections were piquant noises
pushing through the tight spaces
the space occupied bubbles, noise, and lights
plan and section