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Hyper-realistic sculpture of ocean waves by art collective Mé

A Japanese art collective called – that means ‘eye’ and it’s mainly composed of three members: artist Haruka Kojin, director Kenji Minamigawa, and production manager Hirofumi Masui – has created an amazing installation made of a hyper-realistic sculpture that mimics the swelling of waves in the ocean, at the Mori Art Museum, in Tokyo. It looks so real that you can feel you’re facing that water body coming in your direction, or floating on it. The Installation was titled Contact.

“Mé works on the realization of artworks that manipulate perceptions of the physical world. Their installations provoke awareness of the inherent unreliability and uncertainty in the world around us.” – .

More information: Website, Instagram (h/t: Spoon & Tamago).

Hyper-realistic sculpture of ocean waves by art collective Mé
Hyper-realistic sculpture of ocean waves by art collective Mé
Hyper-realistic sculpture of ocean waves by art collective Mé
Hyper-realistic sculpture of ocean waves by art collective Mé
Hyper-realistic sculpture of ocean waves by art collective Mé
Hyper-realistic sculpture of ocean waves by art collective Mé
Hyper-realistic sculpture of ocean waves by art collective Mé
Hyper-realistic sculpture of ocean waves by art collective Mé

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Curated by Leandro Oliveira

I’m the CEO-founder of Visualflood, based in Feira de Santana, Brazil. Someone who loves visual arts and innovative technologies.

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