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Featured on ARTASIAPACIFIC, 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)

Featured on The New York Times, 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)

Featured on LIVE JAPAN, Feb 7, 2022

The teamLab Kairakuen Light Festival Returns to Ibaraki in 2022

This spring, the popular art collective, teamLab, returns to one of Japan's most famous gardens, bringing nature back to life with their interactive outdoor digital art exhibition.

teamLab is a digital art collective with a knack for combining dazzling displays of light and projection mapping with the beauty of nature. From February 1 to March 31, 2022, teamLab will team up with LuckyFM Ibaraki Broadcasting to transform Japan's historic Kairakuen garden into an interactive art exhibit that changes with the movements of the visiting crowd.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on J-BIG, Feb 4, 2022

Digital Art Museum: “We are building the largest museum for digital art in Europe.”

Art is not normally part of the core business of Xing founder and technology investor Lars Hinrichs – but to bring teamLab’s art to Germany, the Hamburg native made an exception. Together with Managing Director Caren Brockmann, he is responsible for bringing the Digital Art Museum into being. How did this come about, and what can visitors expect? The two explain in this interview.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on J-BIG, Feb 4, 2022

teamLab: “The space is our canvas, and light is our paint”

With their digital works and an unconventional understanding of art, the Japanese artist collective teamLab has been stirring up the art scene in recent years far beyond the borders of their home country. Now teamLab art is coming to Germany – in the form of the Digital Art Museum, which is scheduled to open in Hamburg in 2024. We spoke to Takashi Kudo, one of the founding members of the collective, about art, the body and collaboration across borders. (Excerpt from the text)