Intangible #form explores the theme of making the intangible tangible. The carefully choreographed performance uses 660 kinetic red light laser beam modules and abstract soundscape to create a highly-immersive effect. In this work, Fujimoto aims to generate the essence, presence, and behavior of life.
Regardless of where visitors are from, what language they speak, or who they are, Fujimoto believes that through this experience anyone can feel a connection to all living beings of the past, present and future. We are all part of the cycle of life and death, united by a universal sense and basic instincts. As visitors focus on having a pure sensory experience, Fujimoto hopes that they will connect more deeply with what it means to be alive.