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Two events in Tokyo, by Curiosity

Two events in Tokyo, by Curiosity

EVENT 1: “Light-Light in Tokyo Curiosity’s “Light-Light” installation for “Tokyo Wonder” exhibition in Milan last year was a huge success. The magical installation of 80 lights floating in the air was remembered by many as “one of best installations during the Milano Salone”. Now “Light-Light” will finally be introduced to Tokyo. A “sweet” performance “light-food” created especially for the Tokyo event will also be presented. Held from March 25 to April 5, at the Louis Vuitton Hall. More information, here.

EVENT 2: Illuminatio “Sakura Story” Curiosity will illuminate a row of sakura(cherry)trees at night for the Tokyo Midtown spring event, “Midtown Blossom 2009″. “Sakura Story” will present the beauty of sakura from when the blossoms appear until they fall. As the illumination shifts from the real blossoms on the trees to the optical fiber petals on the ground, it will express an appreciation for each scene of the sakura season. The event will last from March 20 to April 5, at Tokyo Midtown Sakura Street. More information, here.

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Sebastian Jordana
Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Two events in Tokyo, by Curiosity" 16 Mar 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884