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Chikara Ohno’s infuse OLED installation

Art | December 16, 2013 |

InfuseImage courtesy of Takumi Ota

Chikara Ohno’s Infuse OLED installation

Transforming the Superstudio Piu, Milan into a foggy, soft-lit atmosphere, designer Chikara Ohno of Sinato has designed ‘Infuse’ for Kaneka Corporation, immersing visitors in an OLED illuminated space.

InfuseImage courtesy of Takumi Ota

An undulating sea of lit beams fills the room, defining an ethereal environment more than a traditional lighting exhibition. Considering OLED is still a relatively emerging technology, Ohno saw the possibility of introducing a new condition brought on by the panels, reconsidered in an experiential context.

InfuseImage courtesy of Takumi Ota

As guests enter and walk through the installation, fog mobilizing at their feet shifts in space and semi-translucent panels above their heads silently move in flux. Rather than a straightforward display showcasing the light design, the installment redefines the image of the industrial accessory as a shimmering, misty phenomenon.

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