“I was initially painting clouds but this was in the 60s when everyone was out on the streets so I no longer wanted to paint clouds, I wanted to interact with the environment and the actuality of society” Fujiko Nakaya
Standing on the edge of Pero’s Bridge on a busy Saturday afternoon, I made an observation: everyone had a reaction to Fog Bridge. The reactions were diverse, mostly subtle, but some more urgent and spirited. In a few people it provoked irritation. Regardless of the manner of reaction, one thing was clear; the installation caused an interruption to the daily activity.