24.03.16 by Staff

Artist Oscar Oiwa Draws a 360-Degree Landscape Inside Inflatable Dome

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Constructed at a former soy sauce factory for this year’s Setouchi Triennale art festival, Oscar Oiwa’s “Oiwa Island 2” is an immersive 360 degree drawing set inside a 40-foot inflatable dome. The trippy black and white landscape features a cabin on the shores of a beach and gradually becomes more abstract the further out it moves from the cabin door (which also acts as the dome’s entrance). More images and short video below!

 

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