Octfalls – Ryoichi Kurokawa
Berlin-based Japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokawa creates a unique audiovisual experience of standing in a waterfall indoors with his installation titled Octfalls. By placing eight suspended panels, each featuring an HD video of water refreshingly cascading down a cliff, and accompanying them with the relaxing sounds of water streaming across rocks, Kurokawa simulates an immersive experience that is “one of a thousand ways to defeat entropy.”
Inspired by Kurokawa’s soothing and engaging installation, photo manipulator Lachlan Burrows, better known as Lockie, created a silent version of the soothing sight. Lockie took the installation artist’s piece and reconfigured one of the displays as a motion graphic of a different waterfall, exemplifying Octfalls‘ visual appeal. Be sure to check out a video of Kurokawa’s installation, below, where the images are complemented by the relaxing and invigorating sounds of a waterfall.
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3 thoughts on “Octfalls – Ryoichi Kurokawa”
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Cool! The video is marvelous and takes me away to another realm. Thank you!
Yes its relaxant, if the people listen more often this kind of sound, instead of listening to the horrible music; Maybe the world would be more serene. I’m a utopian!
thank to you…
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