by Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Tuesday 17 December 2013

At the Aichi Triennale 2013, is a room where visitors can imagine themselves walking up on the clouds on a dark night. Japanese artist Koehi Nawa has created this surreal experience from solutions like detergent, glycrin, and water. Yes, these clouds are actually huge globs of foam, which the installation, Foam, is named after.

Visitors walking through the magical installation will feel like they are transported to a different world. The pitch darkness of the room adds helps in toning down the sense of sight, and making visitors focus on the foam and their wild imaginations. A word of caution though if you plan to visit: no foam parties allowed.

Via Design Boom