This installment was designed by Tadao Ando, Japan's most famous architect whom the Ando Museum is based on. It looks like a nice and simple wooden house from outside, but this was one of the most surprising installation once I walked inside. The inside of the structure is pitch-black, so you literally see nothing. It's all dark. You'll be told to walk with your hands against the wall so that you don't fall down. After you're instructed to sit down on a bench, your eyes will gradually get used to the darkness, and you start seeing the light from the artwork inside. It's an interesting experience where you have to rely on different senses to figure out where you are. It took me about 5min before I can start seeing things. It's is designed to stimulate your senses and get you engaged. I love the concept!
Art House Project - "Minamidera"
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