Time Out に、掲載。(Mar 23, 2021)

teamLab’s latest artwork is available as a TikTok filter for free

Digital art collective teamLab is going from strength to strength lately. Besides its two popular museums in Tokyo, it has recently launched a series of new projects including teamLab Reconnect, a sauna in Roppongi with digital art experiences.
This new artwork was released in conjunction with teamLab Reconnect, but you don't have to visit the sauna to experience it – it's on TikTok. Titled ‘Every Life Survives in Fluctuating Space’, it’s a new filter in TikTok that's completely free to use. (Excerpt from the text)

V MAGAZINE に、掲載。(Mar 22, 2021)


International art collective teamLab uses art to explore our relationship to technology, the natural world, and one another through immersive installations. Interdisciplinary collaborators from the fields of art, architecture, programming, and more join forces to create unique experiences for lucky visitors. The collective has announced plans for a new art experience in collaboration with TikTok. This time, there will also be a sauna component, making it one of the more physically involved teamLab projects so far. (Excerpt from the text)

today に、掲載。(Mar 21, 2021)

Steamy spectacle: Immersive sauna exhibition opens in Japan

The exhibition, called Reconnect: Art with Rinkan Sauna, is the latest offering from the Japanese art collective teamLab, which collaborated with video app TikTok on the project.

Internationally renowned for their innovative digital art, teamLab's work combines projections, sound and carefully designed spaces to create otherworldly experiences.(Excerpt from the text)

CONCRETE PLAYGROUND. に、掲載。(Mar 20, 2021)

Teamlab's New 'Sakura Bombing Home' Artwork Will Fill Your TV Screen with Cherry Blossoms

Whether sprawling across a Tokyo warehouse, taking over a Japanese castle, turning old oil tanks into waterfalls or even popping up in Melbourne, the digital art made by creative collective Teamlab can make you feel like you're in another world. That's a sensation we could all after the past year year, even if visiting the group's overseas sites is currently off limits due to international travel restrictions. Enter Teamlab's latest project: the online-only Sakura Bombing Home. (Excerpt from the text)

hospitality design に、掲載。(Mar 19, 2021)

A look at the must-read news stories impacting the hospitality industry this week

Tokyo-based digital art collective teamLab is set to unveil an immersive new installation in the Roppongi district of the Japanese capital that comprises a maze of seven saunas and three art galleries. Spread across a large tent, the TikTok teamLab Reconnect: Art with Rinkan Sauna invites guests to dip in and out of hot and cold rooms and features diverse artwork conceived to engage all five senses, according to U.S. News & World Report. Punctuated by thoughtful lighting and color solutions, the installation will be open to the public from March 22nd through the end of August.(Excerpt from the text)

artnet に、掲載。(Mar 19, 2021)

TeamLab Co-Founder Toshiyuki Inoko on How He Went From High-School Prankster to an Architect of the Art World’s Experience Economy

From the time he was very young, teamLab co-founder Toshiyuki Inoko took pranking to another level. In one instance, he recalls rigging a floorboard at his school so that it spun when walked on, causing the walker to change direction. In another, Inoko transformed an entire classroom into an immersive experience using found wood and cardboard. He remembers his fellow students lining up by the hundreds, down hallways and stairwells, to see his room of tricks. (Excerpt from the text)

Time Out に、掲載。(Mar 19, 2021)

teamLab is holding a new exhibition inside a soy sauce warehouse in Okayama

Digital art collective teamLab may be best known for the teamLab Borderless and teamLab Planets museums in Tokyo, but they’ve also got exhibitions in some peculiar locations, too. For instance, the new teamLab Reconnect in Roppongi is set in a bathhouse and the group’s artworks have recently taken over Ibaraki’s Kairakuen Garden. (Excerpt from the text)

The Asahi Shimbun に、掲載。(Mar 19, 2021)

Digital art brings nightly spectacle to blossom-filled Kairakuen park

The digital art creators of teamLab Inc. have created eight works for nighttime viewing at Kairakuen in Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture, using lights and sounds and projecting images onto a bamboo forest.

The lights move according to people’s actions and illuminate about 1,500 plum trees in a concentric pattern. Egg-shaped objects set up in a cedar forest change colors when touched by visitors.(Excerpt from the text)