A film by Jonathan Turner
Documenting Fujiko Nakaya's Veil (2014)
Music by Headlock
Commissioned by The Glass House and PIN–UP Magazine

With Collision–Coalesce, artist and filmmaker Jonathan Turner spent 72 hours at The Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut, documenting an installation conceived there by Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya. For seven months in 2014, Fujiko Nakaya: Veil shrouded the Glass House in a dense cloud of mist, temporarily shutting off all sense of outdoors for those inside the house. Turner, who is part of the art collective Yemenwed, spent 72 consecutive hours inside and outside the building with his camera, recording what he saw. The result is Collision–Coalesce, a film that demonstrates both the transformative power of Nakaya’s installation as well as Turner’s gentle yet penetrating view of the built environment.