Resonating Common Camellia Garden

teamLab, 2022, Interactive Digitized Nature, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

Resonating Common Camellia Garden

teamLab, 2022, Interactive Digitized Nature, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

The trees in the camellia garden shine brightly. The light of each tree is autonomous, blinking slowly.


The light transmitted from Resonating Microcosms in the Common Camellia Garden - Liquified Light Color causes the trees’ lights to change color and produce a tone specific to that color. The tree’s light spreads to the surrounding trees one by one, continuously resonating with  the same tone.


If light approaches from the opposite side it signifies the presence of people there, making people more aware of the existence of others in the same space.