Nakaya Fujiko (Japan)
Born 1933 in Tokyo. Lives and works in Tokyo.
In 1970 Nakaya first created her Fog Sculpture for the Pepsi pavilion of the Osaka World Exposition, enclosing a white giant dome in a fog. Afterwards, she displayed environmental works and monuments using artificial fog and collaborated with a variety of artists from other fields. Since the 1970s she has produced a number of video works of art, established a video gallery, and become a pioneer of video art in Japan.
"FOGGY FOREST-", 1992 Children’s Park, Showa Kinen Park (Structure Design: Kitagawara+ILCD) Tachikawa
Photo © Shigeo Ogawa