Featured on Time Out, 2020/06/29

See teamLab's latest art in Tokyo for free this summer

Summer is approaching, which means we’ll be seeking comfort in air-conditioned museums (with face masks on, of course) and pools, and with icy cold drinks. Both teamLab Planets and Borderless reopened this month with increased safety measures, making them perfect options for beating the heat or hiding away from June’s rainstorms. As an additional summer treat, the digital art collective is exhibiting a brand new artwork in front of teamLab Planets in Toyosu from July 16. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Time Out, 2020/07/21

This new nighttime exhibition in the forest of Kyushu features 21 teamLab artworks

It seems like teamLab is everywhere this year, bringing some much-needed light and fun to these dark pandemic days. The world-conquering digital art collective is illuminating Saitama's Higashi Tokorozawa Park with large colour-shifting acorns, while the teamLab Forest in Fukuoka features seven brand new works for a whole new Instagram photoshoot. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on 美術手帖, Jun 12, 2020

チームラボ、福岡に新ミュージアム「teamLab Forest」をオープンへ

 チームラボが新たな常設ミュージアム「teamLab Forest(チームラボフォレスト)」を、福岡市にオープンさせる。
7月21日にオープンするこの施設は、福岡PayPayドーム敷地内に開業する複合施設「BOSS E・ZO FUKUOKA(ボス イーゾ フクオカ)」内に位置するもので、「捕まえて集める森」と「運動の森」からなるミュージアム。
「捕まえて集める森」は、「捕まえ、観察し、解き放つ」をコンセプトに、自らの身体で探索し、発見し、捕まえ、そして、自ら捕まえたものをきっかけに興味を広げていくことを主眼とした新しい「学びの空間」。(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on ARTNE, Jul 22, 2020


福岡PayPayドームの隣に誕生した新施設「BOSS E・ZO FUKUOKA(ボス イーゾ フクオカ)」の5階に7月21日、アート集団「チームラボ」が手がけたミュージアム「teamLab Forest(チームラボフォレスト)」がオープンしました。
“捕まえて集める森”と“運動の森”といった2つのテーマからなるインタラクティブ空間で、新作を含む計10作のデジタルアート作品が楽しめます。(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on 西日本新聞, Jul 22, 2020

デジタルの森で遊ぶ チームラボ、福岡市に新ミュージアム

アート集団「チームラボ」が手掛けるデジタルミュージアム「チームラボフォレスト」が21日、福岡市中央区地行浜の新娯楽施設「BOSS E・ZO FUKUOKA(ボス・イーゾ・フクオカ)」にオープンした。光の中でうごめく動物を探す「捕まえて集める森」など、初公開を含む10作品を紹介する。体を動かして何かを探し集めるといった、都市では味わいにくい「人間の根源的な楽しみ」を幅広い世代に届ける。(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Time Out, 2020/07/02

In photos: see the new teamLab exhibition opening in Fukuoka this month

Globally renowned digital art collective teamLab is known for its extraordinary art installations that are imaginative and immersive. The highly Instagrammable teamLab Borderless museum in Odaiba is one of Tokyo’s most popular attractions, and now it looks like folks in Fukuoka will get to experience the collective’s cutting-edge interactive art without leaving the city. This new teamLab sensation will be opening at Boss E Zo Fukuoka on July 21 and will host a total of ten exhibitions, seven of which are brand new. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on stir, 2020/07/02

teamLab Planets in Tokyo is one-of-a-kind 'body immersive' museum

The art collective teamLab is a group of creatives from industrial fields, ranging from artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians and architects who work at a collaborative intersection that allows them to create an art experience which, as translated in their work too, truly knows no border. As an art lover, writer and curator, it has always been a strong pillar in my set of values that art and science progress better when the two work hand-in-hand. When looking at works by teamLab, my belief is only reaffirmed. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Time Out, 2020/07/16

In photos: this forested park in Saitama prefecture is getting a new teamLab exhibition

As if the manga museum and anime hotel weren’t enough reason to visit the new Tokorozawa Sakura Town in Saitama prefecture, the area will also be home to a brand new digital art exhibition from teamLab. The art collective is installing a permanent outdoor attraction, ‘teamLab: Resonating Life in the Acorn Forest’, in Higashi Tokorozawa Park, right beside the Sakura Town complex. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on stir, 2020/07/16

Space Popular X teamLab: Cross Border Conversations

The second episode of Cross Border Conversations pairs London-based architects Lara Lesmes and Fredrik Hellberg of multidisciplinary studio Space Popular with Takashi Kudo, who helms communications at art collective teamLab based in Tokyo.
The freewheeling chat led by STIR’s Editor, Arts, Rahul Kumar, explores the overlaps between Lara, Fredrik and Takashi’s practices that find common ground in the virtual space - where one is involved in transcending the footprint of architecture beyond the physical realm, the other connects art with its lovers to ensure that it is not only seen but fully experienced as one being an extension of the other. (Excerpt from the text)