We've finally found out exactly what "releasing infinitive light rays in white space, creating a scene as if light breaks through the cloud" means. The quote is how Tokujin Yoshioka described his then upcoming exhibition design for Moroso in our preview post. The result is more or less exactly that: a foggy, diffuse space strewn with his new Moon chairs and pierced with bright theater lights. Fog machines encased in white boxes were tuned just right, and the carpet had a velvety texture to dissipate light and reflection in a variegated way. For most visitors, the experience is slow and somewhat dazed—see above.
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