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Go Ogawa creates three-dimensional work and installations using holographic plastic film to produce images of the galaxy taken from the Hubble Space Telescope. He is known for his work related to impressionist art theory. The visible colors are an illusion caused by the reflection of light, and in fact, the holographic plastic film and acrylic resin used in his work are all transparent. He tries all different possibilities and combinations of materials, and accumulates study findings that are used to create new work. Ogawa enables the viewers to see virtual images of reflecting colors created by its complex structure of light and its inflection. Each piece by Ogawa is the result of the scientific experiments of inflection of light and reflection of color.

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Go Ogawa

Go Ogawa

Go Ogawa creates three-dimensional work and installations using holographic plastic film to produce images of the galaxy taken from the Hubble Space Telescope. He is known for his work related to impressionist art theory. The visible colors are an illusion caused by the reflection of light, and in fact, the holographic plastic film and acrylic resin used in his work are all transparent. He tries all different possibilities and combinations of materials, and accumulates study findings that are used to create new work. Ogawa enables the viewers to see virtual images of reflecting colors created by its complex structure of light and its inflection. Each piece by Ogawa is the result of the scientific experiments of inflection of light and reflection of color.

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The Artworks by Go Ogawa