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Brief Published: 27 Aug 2010

Installation Inspiration: Diesel Denim Gallery


As part of an ongoing series of artworks, the Diesel Denim Gallery in Aoyama, Tokyo, is currently presenting an installation titled rolls. It features mobius strip-style aluminum sheets by Chikara Ohno, from the Japanese design studio, Sinato.

The gigantic rolls traverse the shop floor, sweeping up from floor to ceiling and down again, while the flat spaces at the base of each curve have been turned into glass-top platforms that make neat display platforms.

Ohno’s installation will be in the store for only a limited time although no closing date has been set as yet. Diesel Denim Gallery is a concept store within which the brand invites artists to collaborate on the spatial design.