Featured on The Architect's Newspaper, July 28, 2021

wHY’s Kulapat Yantrasast on redesigning the Asian Art Museum for future generations

Not only does Continuity mark Tokyo-based art collective teamLab’s first solo show in the United States, it’s also the first exhibition to be held at the Asian Art Museum’s Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang Pavilion, a newly constructed 8,500-square-foot gallery space in San Francisco designed by celebrated Thai architect Kulapat Yantrasast of wHY. Yantrasast was asked to create a pavilion that would be able to house large, uninterrupted installations, and teamLab’s Continuity fit the end result like Cinderella’s foot in her glass slipper.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Time Out, July 26, 2021

Palette Town in Odaiba to close facilities from December for major redevelopment

The facilities at Palette Town will shutter sequentially from the end of 2021 starting with Mega Web Toyota City Showcase on December 31. This will be followed by live music venue Zepp Tokyo on January 1 2021, VenusFort shopping centre on March 27, and finally, both teamLab Borderless and the Palette Town Giant Sky Wheel on August 31 next year. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on SF WEEKLY, Jul 22, 2021

An Engaging Exhibit: ‘teamLab: Continuity’

San Francisco now has two major immersive art experiences. Besides “Immersive Van Gogh,” which opened in March, there is “teamLab: Continuity,” a multi-room excursion at the Asian Art Museum that opens Friday, and makes visitors feel like they’re in a nighttime dreamscape with nature and art swirling all about them — on the walls, on the floor, and on the visitors themselves. (Excerpt from the text)