The concept of Open Air was resurrected during a trip to Hakone Open Air Museum in Hakone, Japan. At this particular museum, a majority of the pieces were installated outdoors. This let the patron wander through the green-lined pathways and experience the artwork along the journey. While these pieces seem set-in-stone, some installations come and go. Others are built from the ground up and stay a while until they're ready to be exhibited. Thus, the meaning of Open Air is to illustrate our works in progress. Some will come and go. Others will continue to be built until it is time for exhibition. Welcome to angeltype's Open Air.