Featured on the japan times, May 7, 2021

Japan's premier art collective teamLab celebrates 20 years with a spot of tea and a Miami bash

These words seem apt when visiting “Teamlab: Tea Time in the Soy Sauce Storehouse,” the latest work from digital art collective teamLab, which will run through March 2022. Like much of teamLab’s creative output, “Teamlab: Tea Time’’ relies on how visitors react to the environment they create.(Excerpt from the text)

Superblue Miami opens with show featuring teamLAB, Es Devlin and James Turrell

Miami’s newest art museum Superblue is throwing open its doors with an immersive inaugural exhibition Every Wall is a Door – which includes new works by a trio of big-name artists and designers.

Ticket-holders can experience giant digital flowers blooming on walls, courtesy of teamLAB, as well as one of James Turrell’s Ganzfield works – which immerse viewers in solid colour. His installations have been known to provoke sensory deprivation as well as hallucinations. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on JAPAN TODAY, 2021年4月25日

TeamLab’s new interactive tea art installation dazzles Japan with reactive, rhythmic lights

TeamLab’s latest venture, Tea Time in the Soy Sauce Storehouse, is set in the Fukuoka Soy Sauce Gallery, a historic former soy sauce warehouse in Okayama City of Okayama Prefecture. Within its shadowy spaces TeamLab has set a host of lamps afloat in the inky blackness, creating an eerie and beautiful backdrop that you yourself can influence with your actions.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on SORA NEWS 24, Apr 22, 2021

TeamLab’s new interactive tea art installation dazzles Japan with reactive, rhythmic lights

TeamLab’s Tea Time in the Soy Sauce Storehouse brings a whole new meaning to the term “tea light”.
TeamLab has been making quite a stir in Japan’s art scene since their art collective formed in 2001. Their interactive pop-up installations have wowed thousands with how they seamlessly blend technology and real life, using filigrees of filtered light to create gardens, kaleidoscopic corridors, ocean scenes, and dazzling halls of mirrors. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on The Economist, Apr 17, 2021

A change in how people consume contemporary art is under way

Across all four walls of a vast hall, Vincent van Gogh’s blue irises begin to sway. They bloom gently at first, then more violently, as the music builds to a crashing crescendo. Visitors to “Immersive Van Gogh” (pictured), now showing at a former music venue in San Francisco, sit or stand in socially distant circles on the floor, their bodies bathed in the glow of these animated laser projections. (Except from the text)

Featured on Spa Business, Apr 15, 2021

Sauna trance: art and sauna bathing collide at mesmerising new Tokyo art exhibition

Global art collective teamLab has combined art and sauna to offer an immersive exhibition in Roppongi, Tokyo, called teamLab & TikTok, teamLab Reconnect: Art with Rinkan Sauna Roppongi.
Running until the end of August 2021, the dynamic and interactive sensory exhibition invites guests to view mesmerising artworks while in a meditative state called a sauna trance, brought on by contrast bathing cycles. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on designboom, Apr 14, 2021

clashing colors and playful landscapes complete teamLab architects' nursery in japan

in the japanese city of nagareyama, teamLab architects has completed ‘kidslabo minami-nagareyama nursery’, a vibrant, u-shaped building that’s designed to prepare children for the future. through a number of architectural strategies, the design team hopes to create an environment where young kids can gain early experience and useful soft skills for living and working in an information society. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Time Out, Apr 9, 2021

The outdoor digital monolith at teamLab Planets Tokyo has changed into a pillar of fire

There’s plenty of teamLab to go around. Whether you’re travelling to Okayama or just chilling at home, you have lots of ways to interact with the art collective's inimitable works. Last July, teamLab Planets Tokyo in Toyosu debuted their monolith-like sculpture showcasing a digital waterfall. Titled ‘Universe of Water Particles Falling from the Sky’, the sculpture is right outside the museum and free for anyone to see. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Ocean Drive , Apr 8, 2021

Superblue Miami Redefines the Meaning of Contemporary Art

Imagine the boundaries that ingenious artists could push when given the space and the freedom to create a unique and groundbreaking artistic reality. The result would be a reality so out of the ordinary it would be rare to encounter even in the wildest of dreams. And while Miami has been introduced to a wide range of highly acclaimed artistry, Superblue is prepared to present this impossible reality to the city with its dynamic range of mass experiential artworks and iconic installations. (Excerpt from the text)