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Featured on yahoo!noticias, Oct 14, 2020

Museos para sumergirse… literalmente

SI BUSCAS BIEN encontrarás un museo de casi cualquier cosa, pero las atracciones que ahora presentamos toman la experiencia tradicional de ver el arte pasivamente y ponerla de cabeza. En estas se alienta a los visitantes a interactuar con sus exhibiciones y a una sana distancia de los demás con nuevas y distintas medidas de seguridad, como desinfectantes, planos de circulación de un solo sentido, menor capacidad de visitantes y más, para que puedan experimentar el arte de una forma nueva. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on SORA NEWS 24, Oct 12, 2020

Amazing new exhibits from Japanese art team TeamLab coming to life in the U.S.A.

An imagination-defying visual arts exhibition set to open by the end of this year.
Japan’s premier digital art collective, TeamLab, has created beautiful art installations in Tokyo and elsewhere in Japan that test the boundaries of interactive art, featuring themes such as water, light, and traditional Japanese motifs. For their next project, TeamLab’s imaginative innovations will be available outside Japan at the new Superblue Miami art center in Miami, Florida. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on CONCRETE PLAYGROUND, Oct 11, 2020

'Flowers Bombing Home' Is the New Teamlab Artwork That You Can View and Participate In At Home

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 use this 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 Flowers Bombing Home. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on JAPAN Forward, Oct 8, 2020

Kadokawa Culture Museum: Landmark by Kengo Kuma Offers Limitless Discoveries

Within a 10-minute walk from the Higashi-Tokorozawa Station on the JR Musashino Line, an impressive, irregular-looking granite structure looms over a slightly elevated hill. Surely, it is a man-made building. But for a split second, the structure looks more like an unusual tectonic mass created by mother nature herself.
A closer look gradually reveals its multi-dimensional façade, alongside a shallow pool reflecting its image — a striking contrast against the suburban landscape. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on STUPID DOPE, Oct 8, 2020

Miami Reopening For Art this December with the Superblue Miami Experiential Art Space

Slowly, but surely, the world is learning how to navigate, and survive coronavirus. Museums, amusement parks, theaters, and other places where crowds gather have limited admission to keep us healthy and enjoying culture. teamLab, Es Devlin, James Turrell and other artists have come together to share experimental art at Superblue. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on 妞新聞 , Oct 7, 2020

疫情後最想去的日本區域Top10!福岡、神奈川、長野、沖繩紛紛上榜

票選第九名「福岡」今年的亮點之一則是開設常態展「teamLab Forest」,主打森林風格,分有兩大主區:透過3C科技讓人們猶如深入其境的「捕捉蒐集森林」(捕まえて集める森),還有打造多個遊樂互動區的「運動森林」(運動の森),此場館也是繼東京台場teamLab Borderless後的另一分館。(下次去九州就有新景點嚕)

Featured on blooloop, Oct 7, 2020

Superblue opening first experiential art project in Miami

Superblue, a new company and venture in experiential art, is launching its first experiential art centre – with works by teamLab, Es Devlin and James Turrell – in Miami on December 22.
Superblue kicks off its launch with ‘Every Wall Is a Door’, showcasing dynamic large-scale installations created by Es Devlin, teamLab and James Turrell, all on view through 2022. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on HYPEBEAST, Oct 7,2020

teamLab, James Turrell and Es Devlin Inaugurate Superblue Miami Experiential Art Space

Superblue is a groundbreaking new art space in Miami that will open its doors this December featuring large-scale installations by some of the world’s leading experiential artists. The inaugural presentation, “Every Wall Is a Door,” will consist of immersive environments created by teamLab, Es Devlin and James Turrell. All in all, the enterprise aims to transport visitors into otherworldly atmospheres through its dynamic programming. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on JAPAN Forward, Oct 6, 2020

teamLab’s autumn mountain forest exhibition lights up historic Kyushu park with signature digital art

teamLab’s interactive digital art exhibitions have become a favourite of Instagrammers thanks to the fully immersive aesthetic experience that their work offers.
They are also inspired by nature and come up with their own takes on the various seasons of Japan, adding technology to the mix to create an innovative and impressive mix of the two forces. (Excerpt from the text)