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Featured on The Japan Times, 2020/08/14

Take a walk in the digital wilderness at teamLab Forest Fukuoka

It’s the day after its public opening on July 21 and teamLab’s latest major spectacle, a new museum of interactive digital installations in Fukuoka, is oddly quiet.
The art collective’s installations are known worldwide for attracting throngs of visitors eager to chase moving digital imagery, interact with exhibits and linger over a profusion of colors, lights and sounds. Today, though, there are only small groups of families, couples and friends, all masked and far apart enough to avoid the possible spread of COVID-19 — and any accidental photobombing. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on The Art Newspaper, 2020/08/04

Superblue experiential art centre to launch in Miami this December

A new art centre known as Superblue will open in Miami this December. But the commercial art venture will not sell paintings or sculptures. Instead, the enterprise—which started as an initiative of the mega gallery Pace—will generate revenue through ticket sales and be dedicated to immersive, experiential works of art, created at the point where technology and contemporary art coincide. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on ARTSY, Aug 5, 2020

A new experiential art center will launch this December in Miami.

A new experiential art initiative called Superblue will be opening its first experiential art center (EAC) in Miami this December. The center will focus on selling ticketed experiences rather than high-value objects with events by artists including Nick Cave, Jacolby Satterwhite, Mary Corse, DRIFT, JR, James Turrell, and Leo Villareal, among others.The 50,000-square-foot former industrial site, located across the street from the Rubell Museum, will host a number of exhibitions from artists and collectives that can stay on view for up to 18 months. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on HYPEBEAST, Aug 6, 2020

teamLab's Latest Project Brings Interactive Art to Your Home

With much of the world participating in social distancing amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, digital art collective teamLab just launched an interactive project that will surely interest house-bound art enthusiasts. Titled Flowers Bombing Home, the digital initiative encourages participants from across the globe to draw their own flowers using already-made templates, upload those illustrations on the project’s website and watch them bloom across television screens in homes across the globe. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on JAPAN TODAY, 2020/08/01

TeamLab art exhibition turns acorn forest into wonderland of color

TeamLab is a group that creates art work with the latest digital technology in both Japan and overseas, such as “TeamLab Borderless” in Odaiba, Tokyo, their famous exhibitions at Shimogamo Temple, one of the world’s heritage sites in Kyoto and Singapore art museum.
TeamLab announced that starting Aug 1, inHigashi Tokorozawa park in Tokorozawa, Saitama Prefecture, “TeamLab; Resonating life in Acorn Forest” will be a regular exhibitions. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on artnet news, 2020/08/03

Art Sensation teamLab Transforms Japan's Mifuneyama Rakuen Park Into a Supernatural Light Show - See Images Here

What the group says: “teamLab’s project, Digitized Nature, explores how nature can become art. The concept of the project is that non-material digital technology can turn nature into art without harming it.
These artworks explore how the forms of the forest and garden can be used as they are to create artworks that make it possible to create a place where we can transcend the boundary in our understanding of the continuity of time and feel the long, long continuity of life. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Forbes, 2020/07/29

The Incredible Photos Of Japan’s ‘A Forest Where Gods Live’

In Japan, the relationship between humans and nature has always been an intrinsic one. A country dominated by nature, nearly 67% of Japan is covered in forest which is why it makes sense that they are also the country that introduced us to the concept of forest bathing: two words so buzzy and rife with cultural appropriation in the name of all things wellness that the real meaning behind it may have gotten a little lost in translation along the way. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on RADII, 2020/08/19

teamLab is Opening its First “Immersive Club Experience” in Shanghai

Digital art collective teamLab, who specialize in Instagram-friendly light installations and interactive exhibits, have revealed preliminary details behind their forthcoming immersive club experience “Master,” a brand new nightlife project that will set up shop in Shanghai.
The project comes after the Japanese collective’s collaboration with Chinese company NetEase’s electronic music brand, Fever. Together, they put on a series of “immersive electronic music experiences” at teamLab’s dedicated space in Shanghai, featuring a series of EDM DJs and producers among the lights at the end of July and beginning of August. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Bloomberg QuickTake News, Jul 24, 2020

Outdoor Night Museum in Japan Turns Nature Into Art

These days, just being outside can feel like a luxury. Japan's leading digital art studio is betting that will continue even after the pandemic.
TeamLab, a Tokyo-based company known for its award-winning psychedelic installations throughout the world’s biggest cities, is branching into outdoor exhibitions. The group has formed a new subsidiary dedicated to creating electronic art works for parks and gardens, and is partnering with hotels and museums to exhibit the pieces.

Featured on THE GLOBAL HERALD, 2020/07/24

Outdoor Night Museum in Japan Turns Nature Into Art

These days, just being outside can feel like a luxury. Japan’s leading digital art studio is betting that will continue even after the pandemic.
TeamLab, a Tokyo-based company known for its award-winning psychedelic installations throughout the world’s biggest cities, is branching into outdoor exhibitions. The group has formed a new subsidiary dedicated to creating electronic art works for parks and gardens, and is partnering with hotels and museums to exhibit the pieces. (Excerpt from the text)