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  • Literature


    R. Niimi, Tokujin Yoshioka Design, London, 2006, pp. 198 – 203

  • Catalogue Essay

    Yoshioka’s ‘Stardust’ chandelier is part of the ‘Crystal Palace’ project in collaboration with Swarovski.Yoshioka’s piece consists of approximately 20,000 crystals which not only emit the sparkle of a chandelier they are also capable of transmitting still and video images.
    One night, I had a dream. It was as if innumerable transparent particles of light jeweled the air. I saw a visionary scene of beautiful images floating in the night sky. Awoken from the dream, I imagined creating a futuristic chandelier, which becomes a fusion of crystals and modern technology.TokujinYoshioka

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‘Stardust’ chandelier

2004

Swarovski crystals, sideglow/fibre optics.

400 x 140 x 180 cm. (157 1/2 x 55 1/8 x 70 7/8 in).

Manufactured by Swarovski, Austria. From an edition of two.

Estimate
£50,000 - 60,000 

KYOBAI, Japanese Art and Culture

3 Apr 2008, 6pm
London