Featured on blooloop, Nov 27, 2023

teamLab Borderless unveils artworks for new Tokyo museum

Tokyo’s teamLab Borderless has unveiled three new installations before reopening in its new home at Azabudai Hills in February 2024. As previously confirmed, teamLab Borderless is moving from Tokyo’s Odaiba waterfront to the new urban village. The digital art experience closed in Odaiba in August 2022. Created by the teamLab art collective, teamLab Borderless is a world of artworks without boundaries that move out of rooms and influence each other.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on designboom, Nov 25, 2023

bubble universe: a glimpse into teamlab’s new borderless museum at tokyo's azabudai hills

After operating successfully in Odaiba since 2018, the teamLab Borderless: Mori Building Digital Art Museum is preparing to move to Heatherwick studio’s Azabudai Hills in central Tokyo and reopen in early February 2024. Along with the Azabudai Hills Gallery, which is currently hosting its inaugural exhibition by Olafur Eliasson, and other various public art initiatives inside the new mixed-used district, Mori Building, aims to promote a museum-like environment where art and culture unite. Ahead of its official reopening, teamLab Borderless has unveiled two new exhibitions incorporating the concept of ‘wander, explore, discover in one borderless world’. designboom had the opportunity to visit the museum and experience the immersive ambiance of the exhibitions.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Tokyo Weekender, Nov 22, 2023

Sneak a Peek Into the New teamLab Museum in Azabudai Hills

Founded in 2001, the international art collective teamLab has gone on to become a cultural phenomenon in Japan and globally with exhibitions in New York, London, Paris, Singapore, California, Beijing, Taipei and Melbourne among others. Tokyo, however, remains the heart of teamLab as a collective. There were two museums in Tokyo before the teamLab Borderless museum in Odaiba closed on August 31, 2022. While teamLab Planets remains in Toyosu, a new museum is opening in February 2024 in Azabudai Hills, the recently opened urban complex. Though it is still under construction, Tokyo Weekender was given the opportunity to visit two artwork spaces in the new teamLab museum.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on TokyoTokyo, Nov, 2023

tokyo's digital art scene immerses tradition into modernity: must-see openings in 2023-24

As traditional arts and crafts of Japan evolve into the future, modern designs from the country and its creatives continue to honor historical roots. Artists and artisans explore innovative techniques, materials, and themes while preserving the essence of Japanese tradition. Exemplifying both these creatives and creations, Tokyo Metropolitan Government introduces some of the must-see digital art exhibitions in Tokyo for 2023-24. Various openings are bound to thrill audiences, including an interactive dance-performance, and the heavily anticipated teamLab Borderless museum’s new venue that immerses visitors into an infinite digital realm.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on TRAVEL+LEISURE, Nov 21, 2023

Tokyo's teamLab Borderless Museum: An Odyssey Beyond Traditional Art Spaces

For those seeking an extraordinary art experience, a visit to teamLab’s Borderless Museum in Tokyo is a must. Reopening at central Tokyo’s Azabudai Hills in February 2024, the teamLab Borderless Museum offers an interactive and immersive experience through its unique digital installations.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on REUTERS, Nov 19, 2023

Japan's teamLab readies renewed digital museum in Tokyo mega complex

teamLab, an international collective of artists, set a Guinness World Record by attracting more than 2 million visitors in 2019 to their Borderless museum on the Odaiba island in Tokyo Bay. The name refers to digital art pieces that blend into each other and encourage guests to wander at their own pace.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, Sep 22, 2023

What's new in Japan, from theme parks to museums

1. TeamLAB on the move Ceilings lined with living orchids, wading ponds with darting fish — art collective teamLab is known for its immersive exhibitions. Its base in Tokyo Bay’s Odaiba island closed last summer, but this autumn it will relocate to the capital’s new Azabudai Hills, an ambitious multi-use urban development.(Excerpt from the text)