Dreams of a Sleeping World

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    This USC Pacific Asia Museum exhibition features an immersive mural and landscape paintings by artist Oscar Oiwa. Created over a two-week period in December, the mural will be completely hand-drawn by Oiwa, his assistant, and four USC Roski School of Fine Arts MFA students using approximately 120 Sharpie permanent markers. The drawing will be rendered on the interior of a custom white nylon dome that spans nearly 800 square feet.

    Immersive Dreamscape Dome and Exhibited Artworks / The public will be invited to enter into and become part of this new Oiwa Dreamscape. Installed at the USC Pacific Asia Museum, the inflatable artwork requires 2 weeks of work and 120 sharpie markers, as Oiwa draws alongside his artisan assistant and four MFA students from USC. Complimenting this immersive experience is a dynamic installation of Oiwa’s large scale paintings shedding light on his surrealist and imaginative dreamscapes.

    $10, USC Pacific Asia Museum, 46 N. Los Robles Ave., Pasadena, 626-787-2680, pacificasiamuseum.usc.edu

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