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Featured on The Telegraph, 2020/01/02

48 hours in . . . Tokyo , an insider guide to Japan's neon city

The very idea of Tokyo – one of most densely packed cities on the planet – can be intimidating even before getting off the plane. In reality, however, it is a refreshingly easy city to visit. Despite its salaryman crowds, flashing neon and sprawling train networks, it is a place that thrives on running smoothly and safely. And an added gold star? It’s as clean as a city can possibly be.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on GEEKS, 2020/01/22

The TeamLab Borderless Experience

If you've never heard of TeamLab then you are missing out! TeamLab is a digital art museum full of beautiful pieces of art and music that form one big borderless world. The artwork moves amongst each other intermingling and never staying in one space. The pieces move throughout your time there so it's a good idea to check out a room more than once because it may be different the second time around. When you walk in you find yourself in a dark room only to be lit by the artwork. Flowers were floating all around us. The colors were absolutely beautiful.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on VR SCOUT, 2020/01/16

The Shared VR Of Tokyo's TeamLab Borderless Offers A Glimpse Of An XR Future

Last month we visited teamLab Borderless in Tokyo, and as you’d expect, we were amazed by what we saw.
It’s difficult to offer a simple description of teamLab; the Tokyo-based interdisciplinary group of ‘ultra-technologists’—artists, programmers, engineers, animators, mathematicians, and architects—produce art that isn’t easily defined. Their flagship location, The MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab Borderless (henceforth just, “Borderless”), is a two-story, 33,000 sq. ft, immersive and interactive museum. Put simply: it’s part sci-fi fine art, part sensory amusement park.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on JAPONISMO, 2020/01/27

TeamLab Borderless, el primer museo de arte digital de Tokio

MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab Borderless (森ビルデジタルアートミュージアム:チームラボボーダレス), conocido simplemente como teamLab Borderless, es el primer museo de arte digital de Tokio. El museo se ha convertido en una de las mayores atracciones turísticas de la isla de Odaiba y uno de los lugares más instagrameados de todo Tokio.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on ARQUITECTURA DISENO, 2020/01/27

Un museo que únicamente exhibe arte digital en Tokio

En el edificio Mori, situado en el distrito de Odaiba de Tokio, se ha instalado la innovación. Se trata del primer museo de arte digital del mundo, creado por el colectivo de arte teamLab, compuesto por artistas, programadores, ingenieros, animadores informáticos, matemáticos y arquitectos y representados por Pace Gallery. Acostumbrados a las maravillas del mapping parecía que nada podía sorprendernos ya, hasta ver sus espacios tridimensionales con una escala de 10.000 m² creados con 520 ordenadores y 470 proyectores.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on VOGUE, Jan 24, 2020

48 h à Tokyo: notre guide express dans la capitale japonaise

Hôtels au luxe discret, cachés dans des gratte-ciels au design Seventies, jardins zen, comptoirs de poche où croquer de la fine gastronomie nippone, dédales infinies fourmillants de bars animés, boutiques- sacro-saints du vintage et des petits créateurs qui ne demandent qu'à être connus... Tokyo fascine. Plus qu'une capitale c'est tout l'art de vivre japonais qui s'y déploie, avec la rigueur, les paradoxes et le savoir-faire qu'il entraîne.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on 光明日报, Jan 23, 2020

好好观展不如拍照发朋友圈?

 刚刚过去的一年里,约300个特展在申城此起彼伏举办。其中,一类由社交媒体捧红的“网红展”很是突出,成为一大令人瞩目的文化消费热点。最有代表性的,当属全年刷屏的teamLab数字媒体艺术展,先有“teamLab:油罐中的水粒子”为油罐艺术中心揭幕,后有teamLab“无界美术馆”登陆黄浦滨江。(Excerpt from the text)