Japanese artist, Fujiko Nakaya's Fog Sculpture is a fine spray of mist that drifts over the march pond at the National Gallery's Sculpture Garden. For two hours daily, the fog shortens your view, screening your vision of anything beyond a few metres.
It reminded me of a Japanese Haiku. It's a confined gesture (both in space and time) that submerges you into another world. For that fleeting moment, the world it creates feels infinite.