Featured on designboom, June 9, 2022

teamLab visualizes flows of energy in new digital artworks at pace gallery in geneva

Lines swirl and expand across the screen in a new series of dynamic digital artworks unveiled by teamLab at Pace Gallery in Geneva. Titled Dissipative Figures, the five monitor-based works speak to the transmission of energy that occurs between the body and its surroundings, particularly when in motion, such as a flock of birds flapping their wings in flight or a human body running through space.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Meer, August 16, 2021

Digital Art in the infinite Universe

TeamLab, an international art collective interdisciplinary group of artists, architects, engineers, mathematicians, and ultra-technologists may have been trying to achieve just that. The innovative group has been experimenting on the boundless relationship between humans and the physical world through the technology of art, light, colors, motion, sound, sensations, and science. It attempts to extrapolate a futuristic form of human expression that can be freed from physical constraints. A three-dimensional space can connect the viewers to the artworks by immersing their behavior and movement with the installation’s kinetic energy, as opposed to the conventional method of viewing art from a flat plane.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on The National News, May 30, 2022

Borderless: what to expect from Jeddah's new digital art museum

On the shores of Al Arbaeen Lagoon, overlooking the Unesco World Heritage listed old town of Jeddah, a new type of museum is taking shape. The first permanent teamLab Borderless museum in the Middle East broke ground last month and the project promises a labyrinthine space of more than 50 artworks across sections that include Borderless World, Athletics Forest and Future Park. It is scheduled to open in 2023, and an exact date will be announced soon.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Flash Art, May 26, 2022

A Midsummer Night’s Technodream. A Conversation with Jenna Sutela, Jakob Kudsk Steensen, teamLab, and Marshmallow Laser Feast

In Solaris (1961), Stanisław Lem wrote, “Man has gone out to explore other worlds and other civilizations without having explored his own labyrinth of dark passages and secret chambers, and without finding what lies behind doorways that he himself has sealed.” For the latest edition of “The Uncanny Valley,” four leading artists in the digital art space –– Jenna Sutela, Jakob Kudsk Steensen, teamLab, and Marshmallow Laser Feast –– unseal magical realities in ways that would be inconceivable with traditional media.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on WIDEWALLS, May 24, 2022

teamLab Will Open the First teamLab Borderless Museum in the Middle East

After numerous exhibitions and works commissioned by major international museums, teamLab will receive another permanent museum of their expansive art. The first teamLab Borderless museum was opened in 2018 in Tokyo, while the new one will be erected in the historic Jeddah site in the Middle East. The official inauguration was recently presented by His Excellency Hamed bin Mohammed Fayez, Vice Minister of Culture of Saudi Arabia, and Toshiyuki Inoko, founder of teamLab.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Meer, Mar 16, 2022

Gastronomy and spatial calligraphy

Contrasting conventional ramen savors, Vegan Ramen UZU Tokyo delights noodle lovers with unique recipes soaked in vegetables, edible flowers, green tea, and other natural ingredients. Above all, the captivating artwork space features cutting-edge digital art created by teamLab. TeamLab is an international art collective and interdisciplinary group of artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians, architects, and other specialists that have been navigating the intersection of art, science, technology, and the natural world through their artworks since 2001. It aims to explore the relationship between the self and the world and new perceptions through art, and transcend boundaries in our perception of the world. One of the ways they do this is by allowing our senses of behavior and movement to interact freely with the world around us through vision, color, light, motion, sound and texture—all within the continuity of time. Dynamic teamLab installations have travelled across the globe to New York, San Francisco, Vancouver, London, Paris, Helsinki, Istanbul, Sydney, Beijing, Singapore and other cities.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on MY MODERN MET, May 12, 2022

Immersive Installation Takes Over a Japanese Botanical Garden Turning It Into a Surreal Dreamscape

Art collective group teamLab is known for transforming natural settings through unexpected and noninvasive means. After finishing their exhibition at Kairakuen Gardens in Okiyama, teamLab is setting up a new dreamscape in the Nagai Botanical Gardens in Osaka, which is set to debut this summer, 2022.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on lonely planet, May 15, 2022

The 7 best museums in Tokyo (that even Tokyoites are waiting in line to visit)

Not even a typhoon could deter the people lining up for one of the first teamLab exhibitions back in August 2016. Since then, the international art collective – composed of various specialists, such as artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians and architects – has been unstoppable. With its Borderless museum in Venus Fort closing in August 2022, all eyes are on the teamLab Planets museum in Toyosu. (Excerpt from the text)