BILLIONAIRE に、掲載。(2020年4月7日)

Breaking the Mold

It has always been Toshiyuki Inoko's aim to “explore what the world is for humans”.
This, of course, is through the glorious technicolour digital playgrounds of teamLab: a collective of artists and engineers founded by Inoko some 20 years ago. If you haven’t been living in a cave for the last two decades, you will have seen their work: immersive colourful oceans where you draw a fish on a piece of paper and, minutes later, see it swimming through the coral reefs around you; rooms infinitely lit with a million floating lanterns without walls, ceilings; or, seemingly, a floor, a playful forest full of coloured branches to climb through, and so much more. (本文抜粋)

OZY に、掲載。(2020年3月17日)


You’ve just settled in to a fine dining restaurant when the room lights up and you’re transported to outer space. An iPad lets you “explore” your projected surroundings — so you can zoom into specific constellations or scribble messages that will show up as projections. The cutlery is made cold using liquid nitrogen to add to the space experience. As your senses acclimatize, out comes the first course of the 90-minute meal — smoked duck and lentil salad with a squid ink risotto moon rock and roselle bubbles. (Excerpt from the text)

You Tube に、掲載。(Feb 23, 2020)

هذا الصباح - أفكار ضوئية جريئة بتنقية النحت الضوئي باليابان

قدم فريق تيم لاب الياباني معرضين أحدهما بلا حدود والآخر كواكب يمكن الزوار من التفاعل والاندماج بالعمل الفني، ويعتمد على إنارة مصابيح بالغة الدقة ومعقودة فيما بينها ويتحكم بالنور لإنشاء صور وكائنات ثلاثية الأبعاد، وهو ما يسمى بالنحت الضوئي. تقرير:مها ماتسومورا

Japan Endless Discovery に、掲載。(2020)

A Multi - Sensory Digital Art Experience in Tokyo Bay - teamLab Borderless

Digital art pioneers teamLab are a collective of engineers, UI designers, math phenoms, and artists. The interdisciplinary group has hosted extraordinary exhibitions around the world for several years. Their work explores the place where art, the human body, sensory exploration, and technology converge.(Excerpt from the text)

Wall paper に、掲載。(2019年12月2日)

The China List: teamLab, Digital Media

Ever since we were founded, we’ve decided to create through the process of collaborative creation,’ says Japan’s aptly named collective teamLab. Founded in 2001 by Toshiyuki Inoko, the studio specialises in technologically ambitious and highly personal digital art installations that focus on what it means to be human, and above this, the creation of new relationships between humans and nature. (本文抜粋)

The Art Newspaper に、掲載。(2020年3月31日)

When did just looking at art lose its appeal?

These days, it seems a blockbuster painting exhibition is incomplete without something extra to liven things up. In recent years, marketing spiels have urged visitors to meet Van Gogh, to dive into Monet’s pond, or sleep in an Edward Hopper. In 2017 London’s Tate Modern offered to transport visitors to the heart of early 20th-century Paris and traipse through Modigliani’s paint and cigarette ash--encrusted studio. (本文抜粋)

DESK に、掲載。(2020年3月30日)

The sensory and surreal worlds of teamLab

Before our feeds were filled with Zoom screenshots and sourdough loaves, you probably saw at least one Instagram post featuring the work of teamLab. The collective has produced numerous immersive exhibits internationally, and it's the sort of thing you can't experience without photographing. Yet photos alone can't capture what teamLab is doing.(本文抜粋)

Medium に、掲載。(2020年3月26日)

A World Without Boundaries: Interview With teamLab

teamLab was founded by Toshiyuki Inoko and some of his friends. The aim was to create a laboratory to explore what the world means for humans through new experiments in art.
Made by an interdisciplinary group of specialists, artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians and architects, teamLab’s collaborative practice seeks to navigate the confluence of art, science, technology, and the natural world.(本文抜粋)

CNN style に、掲載。(2020年3月22日)

Cultural events are being canceled amid the coronavirus. So what?

Major events around the world have been canceled or postponed as the race to contain the novel coronavirus continues. The cultural sector -- with its numerous fairs, shows and festivals -- has also been significantly impacted.
Countless art institutions, museums and galleries have been temporarily shuttered. The Louvre in Paris, which houses the famous "Mona Lisa," is closed until further notice. A blockbuster exhibition marking the 500th anniversary of the death of Italian Renaissance painter Raphael was suspended just days after opening in Rome.(Excerpt from the text)