Cincinnati Magazine | Speak Easy: Joe Tilford | Twelfth Night set design
Foam is a spectacular installation by Japanese artist Kohei Nawa that transforms a room into a magical scene, making it seem as though visitors are walking up on the clouds. Unveiled at the Aichi Triennale 2013, the artist's piece offers a dreamy landscape in an otherwise pitch-black room. The Osaka-born, Kyoto-based artist creatively transports viewers to an alternate universe without ever having to physically move them. Instead, he forces visitors to tap into their own imagination.
Foam installation by Yohei NAWA, Japan 名和晃平
Giovanna D'Arco from Teatro Regio di Parma. Directed by Gabriele Lavia. Sets by Andrea Viotti.
i think that this type of lighting would be really cool to put on the fire escape. it gives the scene an erie feel and helps show toms feeling of ultimate doom. he also feels trapped in the house and this lighting reminds me of light coming through a prison window. -mariah