Artsy Editorial 에 소개되었습니다. (Dec 19, 2018)

Opened the world’s first digital art museum.

Opened the world’s first digital art museum.
In June, the interdisciplinary mega-collective teamLab unveiled its biggest project yet: a 10,000-square-meter digital art museum in Tokyo. Called the Mori Building Digital Art Museum, it’s the first museum in the world devoted to digital art. It also completely defies the traditional art-viewing experience: No maps, guides, or artwork captions are provided, and visitors are encouraged to touch and interact with the art.(Excerpt from the text)

Palo Alto Online 에 소개되었습니다. (Dec 19, 2018)

teamLab explores the 'Now of Eternity'

Since opening in 2016, Pace Gallery has presented a varied, blue-chip roster of artists such as David Hockney, Agnes Martin, Louise Nevelson and James Turrell (to name a few) in its Palo Alto space. The current exhibition returns to a favorite theme of the gallery: the intersection of art and technology.(Excerpt from the text)

47NEWS 에 소개되었습니다. (Dec 17, 2017)

映像技術で架空の街 徳島・海陽町でデジタルアート展 徳島出身の猪子氏率いるチームラボ制作

徳島市出身の猪子寿之代表率いるIT会社チームラボ(東京)が制作したデジタルアート「巨大!つながるブロックのまち」の展示が16日、海陽町宍喰浦の「町海洋自然博物館マリンジャム」で始まり、家族連れらが映像技術を駆使した作品を楽しんだ。来年1月31日まで。(Excerpt from the text)

stanford arts review 에 소개되었습니다. (Dec 16, 2018)

Beginnings and Endings: teamLab’s Continuous Life and Death at the Now of Eternity

teamLab’s exhibition Continuous Life and Death at the Now of Eternity invites the viewer into its spheres of color, motion, and light: a patterned universe in constant dialogue with its surroundings. Consisting of five separate works displayed on flat panels, the exhibition at Palo Alto’s Pace Gallery utilizes animated digital art to immerse the viewer in its surrealistic landscapes.(本文抜粋)

日経アーキテクチュア 에 소개되었습니다. (Dec 13, 2018)


デジタルアート分野をリーとし、新たなビジネス領域を開拓。常設ミュージアムのオープンなどを機に、新たなステージに入る創業初期からの建築家との取り組みを、さらに本格化させる。(Excerpt from the text)

hotnewhiphop 에 소개되었습니다. (Dec 13, 2018)

Shot at the MORI Building Digital Art Museum.

Music is art, and Swizz Beatz and Nas understand that. That's why the two hip-hop veterans took the visuals for "Echo" to the MORI Building Digital Art Museum. "Echo" is cinematic, and the video delivers one of the most breathtaking hip-hop visuals of the year. Swizz Beatz begins by rapping in a room filled with intersecting lights. He's bathed in red light while the blue beams paint a contrasting backdrop.(Excerpt from the text)