The Japanese artist Hideami Nishida, the founder of the studio of the same name, installed the installation “Fragile Chairs” on Lake Poroto (Hokkaido Island), which creates a surrealistic impression that simple wooden chairs are randomly arranged on the surface of the water. Installation – the continuation of the cycle of works “fragile”, whose goal is to use nature and the landscape as a background for artistic statements.

This region of Hokkaido is inhabited by the descendants of the ancient Ainu people, and for many locals, a lake is a sacred place. By his installation, the author sought to emphasize the natural beauty of the landscape, as well as create an illusory image of a sacred space, a place unattainable by mere mortals. The work is presented in the framework of the artistic festival Tobui.

The Japanese artist Hideami Nishida, the founder of the studio of the same name, installed the installation “Fragile Chairs” on Lake Poroto (Hokkaido Island), which creates a surrealistic impression that simple wooden chairs are randomly arranged on the surface of the water. Installation – the continuation of the cycle of works “fragile”, whose goal is to use nature and the landscape as a background for artistic statements.

This region of Hokkaido is inhabited by the descendants of the ancient Ainu people, and for many locals the lake is a sacred place. By his installation, the author sought to emphasize the natural beauty of the landscape, as well as create an illusory image of a sacred space, a place unattainable by mere mortals. The work is presented in the framework of the artistic festival Tobui.

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