Posted: May 3, 2009
by Yuji Morioka
The expression 'fog sculpture' is redolent with humorous contradiction and paradox. But Fujiko Nakaya does not tell us much about that. Yet the normative state of 'sculpture' falls short of the transformative impalpable being of fog which denudes objects of their materiality.While it visualizes the breathing of the atmosphere, it is to the atmosphere that it ultimately returns. Things which melt into that dynamism of the process of fog, and sometimes even ...