This installation is a shoal chandelier assembled of 400 paper fish with scales and 100 polymer clay fish with no scales. Interacted with motions of pedestrians around, the chandelier starts glowing with white color as if it is breathing, and projects flecked shadows on the floor. Deforming some parts of the chandelier, each fish's body emits a blue, a green or an orange light in a few seconds. The chandelier would evoke the colorful cirrocumulus clouds. The scene is our aesthetic answer to the question, " why do fish have scales?"

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EP3 is the projects and studies on environmental design and media art, directed by hiroyuki futai, professor, musashino university. The main members of the activities are students and graduates of the department of environmental science, major in architecture…


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EP3 is the projects and studies on environmental design and media art, directed by hiroyuki futai, professor, musashino university. The main members of the activities are students and graduates of the department of environmental science, major in architecture and environmental design.

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