Featured on JAPANDIGEST, 2019/08/09

teamLab mit der Ausstellung “A Forest Where Gods Live“ zum 5. Mal im Mifuneyama Rakuen

Mit „teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live - earth music&ecology“ findet derzeit zum 5. Mal eine Ausstellung des Kunstkollektivs teamLab im Mifuneyama Rakuen in Takeo Onsen, Kyūshū, statt. Bis November können die märchenhaften Lichtinstallationen inmitten idyllischer Natur bewundert werden. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Spoon&Tamago, Aug 20, 2019

Digitally Activated Megaliths Rise Inside an Abandoned Bath House in TeamLab’s Latest Installation

Mifuneyama Rakuen Park is a sprawling natural sanctuary in Kyushu that was created in 1845. It is home to some of Japan’s most spiritual and sacred objects of nature such as trees that are hundreds (and in some cases, thousands) of years old. The site is also home to enormous megaliths. Almost supernatural in their formation, they have been preserved as a dwelling place of god. These enormous stones serve as inspiration for digital art collective TeamLab’s latest on-site installation.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on, Aug 19, 2018


デジタルアート集団『チームラボ』が手掛けるイベント『下鴨神社 糺の森の光の祭 Art by teamLab』が、世界遺産の「下鴨神社」で8月17日からスタート。初日から行列ができ、幻想的な空間を人々は楽しんだ。(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on HYPEBAE, Aug 7, 2019

teamLab Borderless Is Officially the Most Visited Art Museum in the World

This summer marks teamLab Borderless’ one-year anniversary in the art museum community with its two establishments in Tokyo. Since the opening of teamLab Borderless and teamLab Planets, both museums have a combined total of 3.5 million visitors comprising of people from over 160 countries and regions.(Excerpt from the text)