Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist, and her stunning artwork pieces have been mesmerizing people for a little while now. Lately, she made a brand new installment called 'Flower Obsession' at NGV Triennial at Melbourne. Kusama invited visitors to apply red flower motifs on walls, furniture, ceilings or wherever they'd love to. And the result is simply unbelievable. If you'd visit the apartment now, you wouldn't have the ability to tell that behind these flowers establishes a very ordinary room. Entering this installment will permit you to know what it's truly like to be obsessed with blossoms.
In a press release for the series, Kusama has explained why she chose these blossoms, "One afternoon, after gazing at a pattern of red flowers on the tablecloth, I looked up to see that the ceiling, the windows, and the columns appeared to be plastered with the same red floral pattern. I saw the entire room, my entire body, and the entire universe covered with red flowers, and in this instant, my soul was obliterated... This was not an illusion but truth itself."
Some time ago Kusama made a comparable installation referred to as 'The Obliteration area' where she let people cover the entire space with colorful stickers, and the result was incredible, to say the very least. Scroll down to find out with her mesmerizing art pieces yourself!
Newly, she created a new installation named ‘Flower Obsession’ at National Gallery of Victoria Triennial in Melbourne.
She asked visitors to apply red flower motifs on furniture, ceilings
A while ago Yayoi Kusama made a similar installation where she created a completely white room.
And she let the visitors put colorful dots wherever they wanted