Oscar Oiwa |Panoramic 360° Drawings

Oscar Oiwa  (in Japanese: 大岩オスカール) is an Brazilian-born, Japanese artist.

Oscar Oiwa created the world’s largest Panoramic 360° drawing of black permanent marker on a vinyl canvas.

During the 2016 Setouchi Triennale, two of Oscar’s works will be on view at Ogijima and Shodoshima. Both works are large-scale installations that allow the audience to walk into the art.

Site #2 Shodoshima: Oiwa Island 2 . An air dome with a radius of approximately six meters, looking much like a spaceship, has been installed in a former soy sauce storehouse. A painting of a door on the side of the dome turns out to be the actual door through which visitors can enter the dome. The dome interior depicts the Setouchi landscape, unfolding in a 360 degree panorama.

瀬戸内国際芸術祭2016では、男木島と小豆島で作品を展示します。両作品とも中に入って鑑賞する大規模なインスタレーションです。

Site #2 小豆島.
旧醤油倉庫に半径約6メートルの宇宙船のようなエア・ドームが出現。絵として描かれた扉は実際に出入口になっていて、そこからドームの中に入ることができる。ドーム内には瀬戸内をイメージした風景が描かれ、360度パノラマの世界が目の前に広がる。

Oscar Oiwa |Panoramic 360° Drawings

Oscar Oiwa |Panoramic 360° Drawings

Oscar Oiwa |Panoramic 360° Drawings

Oscar Oiwa |Panoramic 360° Drawings

Oscar Oiwa |Panoramic 360° Drawings

Oscar Oiwa

 

 

Via : www.oscaroiwastudio.com