Art and science have always been great collaborators, something Fujiko Nakaya has been exploting since the 1970’s. Her father Ukichiro was an experimental physicist who studied ice and nature, eventually creating the world’s first manmade snowflakes. Fujiko carried on this legacy, using artificial mist as a medium to create totally unique installations and ‘fog sculptures’. Her latest work is on display at the Maison Hermes, where you can see two generations worth of experimenting and research. It’s sure to be an exhibition like nothing else this year.
Monday–Saturday 11am–8pm (last entry 7:30pm),
Sunday 11am–7pm (last entry 6:30pm).