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A Very Different Kind of Immersive Art Installation

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A Very Different Kind of Immersive Art Installation
There’s an old phrase in Japanese, Toudai moto kurashi, which translates to “the lighthouse does not shine on its base” — that is, you can see everything around you except what’s closest. It’s a useful saying to keep in mind as, this week, the Japanese tech-art collective teamLab unveils its largest installation to date: 20 works inside 20,000 square feet.(本文抜粋)

THE NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE
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