Featured on HYPEBEAST, 2020/02/27

teamLab Seamlessly Merges Art & Science in Singapore Exhibition

Japan-based art collective teamLab is bringing five new artworks, including digital interactive installations, to Singapore’s ArtScience Museum. Back in 2016, teamLab exhibited their first large-scale permanent exhibition at ArtScience, challenging the conventional notions of museums and how people experience art. The renewal of the exhibition showcases the museum’s commitment to enhancing the ever-evolving permanent exhibition by teamLab. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on JAPAN TODAY, 2020/02/21

teamLab's digital art wonderland getting cherry blossom makeover for spring

Japanese digital art collective teamLab’s interactive exhibitions have become a favorite of Instagrammers. Their work combines digital art technology and physical spaces to create beautiful and immersive worlds which blur the line between the art and the viewer.
After creating a suitable buzz around their work, teamLab went on to secure two permanent art museums located in Tokyo, for people who want to fully immerse themselves in digital art wonderlands. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on HYPEBAE, 2020/02/27


“When ArtScience Museum conceived FUTURE WORLD with teamLab, we wanted to create a space that would change over time and reward repeat visitation. The exhibition gives visitors the opportunity to experience what it is like when art, science, culture and technology come together. FUTURE WORLD has been a success since its launch in 2016, and we are delighted to welcome our two millionth visitor last year. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Viewpoint , 2019


People have long sought meaning in the millennia-old rocks and caves shaded by a 3,000-years-old okusu tree at Japan's Mifuneyama Rakuen Garden. A Forest Where Gods Live, an exhibition by teamLab, transforms the garden into a digital art labyrinth. Deities are enshrined among the boulders and ancient carvings, and visitors have a pilgrim-like experience on trails through the park and into the untamed forest. The overall message is one of human transience. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on South China Morning Post, 2020/02/04

6 places in Asia where you can see Tokyo - based teamLab's mind - blowing exhibitions

Founded by Toshiyuki Inoko in 2001, Tokyo-based teamLab is an interdisciplinary group of artists and technologists which has mastered deeply immersive, art-meets-science, beautiful but thought-provoking exhibitions – as well as being the world’s most enthusiastic selfie enablers. With the sort of science-slash-art exhibitions your children actually want to go to, teamLab puts on massive, mind-blowing spectacles that dissolve the borders between humanity and nature and between creativity and engineering. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on TODAY ONLINE, 2020/01/30

Best Things To Do In Singapore In February 2020

If you love the dazzling Future World exhibition at ArtScience Museum, you’ll love this new digital exhibition at Gardens by the Bay (GBTB) even more. #Futuretogether at GBTB is an immersive exhibition of seven digital art installations, and is the brainchild of art collective, teamLab. They’re the maestros who brought you the Insta-worthy sparkly backdrops and installlations at ArtScience Museum. What’s even better? There’s free entry for Singapore residents once #Futuretogether at Gardens by the Bay officially opens on Jan 16, 2020. Click here for a preview of the exhibition. (Excerpt from the text)