June 11, 2015

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Lucas Guidetti Perez

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Kaleidoscope Installation by Masakazu Shirane

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Japanese designer Masakazu Shirane and artist Reuben Young built a huge kaleidoscope for Sydney’s Vivid Festival. The human scale installation is called Light Origami and it is made of 320 different origami shapes. The creators were inspired by Japanese architecture with a modern twist. Shirane created the piece for last …

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Japanese designer Masakazu Shirane and artist Reuben Young built a huge kaleidoscope for Sydney’s Vivid Festival. The human scale installation is called Light Origami and it is made of 320 different origami shapes. The creators were inspired by Japanese architecture with a modern twist.

Shirane created the piece for last year’s Kobe Biennale, where artists were challenged to use shipping containers to create artworks that are mobile and, though site-specific, not confined to a geographical location.

What do you think? Are you ready to walk into a giant kaleidoscope?

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All images ©Masakazu Shirane and Reuben Young

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