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Featured on Time Out, 2019/12/11

The best upcoming art exhibitions in Singapore

Thinking of broadening your horizons and catching some culture this month? Keep up with our round-up of the best art exhibitions and showcases happening around town. Catch the many exhibitions and immersive art at the Singapore Biennale, which takes over gallery spaces and museums such as National Gallery Singapore and Gillman Barracks; or watch teamLab's art come to life at Gardens By The Bay. There's bound to be something exciting for all you culture vultures this month.

Featured on artnet news, 2019/08/07

teamLab's Tokyo Museum Has Become the World's Most Popular Single - Artist Destination, Surpassing the Van Gogh Museum

The art collective teamLab’s new, immersive museum in Tokyo attracted more visitors than the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam last year, and twice the combined number of visitors to the three Dalí museums in Spain. The box-office success of teamLab’s museum in its inaugural year makes the venue the world’s most visited single-artist museum, its organizers claim. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on TIME, 2019

World's Greatest Places 2019

The world’s first museum solely dedicated to digital art has drawn huge crowds—it celebrated its 1 millionth visitor five months after opening in June 2018. Credit its Instagram-worthy immersive environment, which uses a combination of visual projections and physical installations to allow patrons to wade through virtual windblown fields of grass, explore a seemingly infinite crystal world and bounce between galaxies. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on THE STRAITS TIME, 2020/01/15

Add your wishes for Singapore's future to virtual 'tree' at Gardens by the Bay

SINGAPORE - To the naked eye, the latest outdoor exhibit at the Bayfront Plaza area of Gardens by the Bay appears to be nothing more than a black-and-white pillar in the middle of an open space.
But view it through a smartphone camera, on an app made by Japanese art collective teamLab, and it becomes a virtual "tree" with an augmented reality canopy of swirling messages.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on blooloop, 2020/01/22

teamLab SuperNature Macao opening in March 2020

Sands Resorts Macao, an integrated resort, has announced the new opening date of teamLab SuperNature Macao. It is now scheduled to open at the Venetian Macao in March 2020.
teamLab SuperNature Macao will be an interactive, digital-only experience that blurs the boundaries between the world of art and the human body.
Tickets for the destination go on sale on March 15 via Cotai Ticketing. The attraction will open daily between 10am and 10pm, although it will close every second and fourth Tuesday of each month.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on BROADSHEET, 2019/10/08

World-Renowned Art Collective teamLab's New Free Show Is a Meditative, Surreal Series of Optical Illusions

In a dimly lit room, waves crash along one wall. The movement is unmistakeably that of water, but the speed is slightly off, the colours too bright. There’s no soundtrack – all you can hear is the faint noise of city life happening four storeys below.
Without the accompanying sound of nature and ocean, what should be turbulent motion seems peaceful and surreal. And the longer you stand here, the less certain you are this is a representation of water at all.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on THE AGE, 2019/10/04

With light as our paint, anything can become our canvas, says teamLab

Take a step into a world of colour and light, glorious and transportative. Waves, reminiscent of those in ancient Japanese paintings, roll and crash, brought to life by the latest in technology. Swirls of light akin to those created by sparklers in the night are simple and beautiful, yet innately complex. It all takes you to a different, wonderful reality.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on CONCRETE PLAYGROUND, 2020/01/18

Teamlab Is Opening Another Vivid and Kaleidoscopic Digital - only Art Museum

When international art collective teamLab launched Borderless, its Tokyo-based permanent digital-only art museum, the dazzling space became the most-visited single-artist site in the world in just its first year of operation. Wherever the outfit pops up — be it in Shanghai oil tanks, Japanese hot springs or Melbourne — its installations are always hugely popular. So it's no wonder that the group is expanding its footprint by opening more permanent locations. (Excerpt from the text)