A part of the installation transmits hope through a common-use object, the S.F chair. These are not ordinary chairs, they are almost like a science fiction object. Seventeen S.F chairs, beautifully created use LG OLED screens. The chairs convey both a sense of stillness and dynamism, thanks to the flash light emitted from double panels that recall the lightning speed of the passing frenetic pace of modern life. Visitors will have the opportunity to sit on the S.F chair, experiencing the future display technology.
Another key component of the installation is the presence of Wall of the Sun, a wide wall of lights 16 meters large and five meters tall, consisting of approximately 30,000 individual modules of OLED lights, totally different from the traditional ones. The wall appears to float, thanks to the brilliant rays of light that transmits, giving a feeling of comfort typical of the warm and sunny weather. This extraordinary installation puts a careful eye on how the light – in a vision focused on man – can transform the space in the near future.
4 – 8 April 2017
Tokujin Yoshioka, S.F Senses of the Future
via Tortona 27, Milan