FUKUOKA NOW に、掲載。(2022年3月1日)


「捕まえて集める森」と「運動の森」からなるチームラボの常設ミュージアム「チームラボフォレスト 福岡 – SBI証券」。スマートフォン片手に探索し、様々な動物を捕まえて観察し、自分のコレクション図鑑をつくっていく学びの空間と、身体を使って空間認識能力を鍛える「創造的運動空間で、おとなも子どもも夢中になれるはず。3月からは期間限定で桜が咲く空間など、春の景色が登場。コンピュータプログラムによってリアルタイムで描かれ続ける作品は、人々の振る舞いの影響を受けて変化する。ヒールやサンダルでは体験できない作品が多いので、足元が安定する靴で出かけよう。(本文抜粋)

The Japan News に、掲載。(Feb 27, 2022)

Lighting installations evoke eternal flow of time

The event “teamLab: Digitized Kairakuen Garden” was launched by world-renowned digital art group teamLab last year to transform the garden in the springtime — when various types of plum trees bloom at different times — into an interactive lighting art space that changes in response to the presence of people. The latest event started on Feb. 1.(Excerpt from the text)

ARTASIAPACIFIC に、掲載。(Feb 25, 2022)

Weekly News Roundup: February 25, 2022

Digital art collective teamLab will open their second museum in China, teamLab Massless, in Beijing this year, following the opening of teamLab Borderless in Shanghai 2019. Located on the top floor of Beijing’s shopping mall Chaoyang Joy City Hall, the 10,000-square-meter space will be the neighbor of U2, UCCA Center for Contemporary Art’s new museum that opened on the same floor in December. (Excerpt from the text)

The New York Times に、掲載。(Feb 2, 2022)

A New Exhibition Space Gives Prague’s Art Scene Some Spark

The Kunsthalle Praha’s opening exhibition shows how the rapid technological advances of the past century inspired successive generations of artists, from the early days of cinematography to computer art. Works by Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray and Laszlo Moholy-Nagy are displayed alongside contemporary works by the Tokyo-based art collective teamLab and the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, whose “Lightwave” installation greets visitors as they arrive.(Excerpt from the text)