Oscar Oiwa brings his immersie mural work to USC Pacific Asia Museum with the brand new set up “Desires of a Sleeping World.” The artist describes this new work as a “360° dreamscape,” created over two weeks and handrawn with 120 Sharpie markers. Oiwa was final featured on HiFructose.com here.
“Guests entering into the dome will likely be surrounded by otherworldly imagery of swirling cloud and earth kinds,” the museum says. “Simply exterior the set up will likely be a set of colourful and surreal panorama work by Oiwa. Identified for his large-scale work, his cityscapes and forest-scapes usually defy the legal guidelines of physics with animals and specters swimming by the skies. Oiwa’s work makes use of fantasy to deal with the transformation of the setting, every picture acts as an allegory of existential threats to the world.”