Featured on Time Out, Dec 7, 2021

Revealed: Time Out Miami’s 2021 Best of the City Award winners

The massive 50,000-square-foot space is dedicated to the production of experiential mediums. And lest you think it's all for Instagram, the Allapattah cultural institution is backed by Pace Gallery and debuted with an inaugural program titled "Every Wall Is a Door," which features a new immersive environment by stage designer Es Devlin, a transcendent digital experience by Japanese art collective teamLab and an extrasensory light-based work by American artist James Turrell. Talk about an entrance!(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on HYPEBAE, Dec 3, 2021


Louis Vuitton is continuing its “Objets Nomades” series with a special installation by Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola, while Saint Laurent has commissioned Japanese artist Sho Shibuya to display 55 paintings on the beach. RIMOWA has tapped local American artists to reinterpret its signature trunk suitcase, and Crosby Studios‘ Harry Nuriev explores the different layers of space with a bedroom-themed installation. Further highlights include teamLab, James Turrell and more.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on NEWS ANYWAY, Dec 1, 2021

One-Night-Only Experiential Performance by Alicia Keys Interweaving Music, Meditation, Movement, Art, and Technology at Superblue Miami

At the end of the session, guests moved into a second installation at Superblue by art collective teamLab, where a set of responsive artworks—Flowers and People, Cannot be Controlled but Live Together – Transcending Boundaries, A Whole Year per Hour, interweaved with Universe of Water Particles, Transcending Boundaries—enlivens perception while exploring concepts of time and the relationship between individuals and their surroundings. Within this space, Keys performed live, enveloping guests in a multisensorial experience. The 75-minute set, including new music from her forthcoming album KEYS (out December 10), created a dynamic interplay between the artist and the artwork by teamLab, with Keys’ every movement affected and overlaid by the artwork’s projections.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Tatler, Nov 4, 2021

Chasing Lights: 7 teamLab Exhibitions Around The World

For 20 years, Japanese art collective teamLab have wowed audiences with spectacular installations that bend and stretch the imagination—bringing together art, science, magic and metaphor in the form of immersive digital dreamscapes. As international border restrictions begin to ease, here are some current teamLab exhibitions around the world worth travelling for, from Singapore to Shanghai to San Francisco. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on HAMBURG NEWS, Sep 24, 2021

Hamburg getting Europe's largest climate-neutral digital museum

teamLab - interdisciplinary artists' collective The Digital Art Museum is now being built on a 7,000 square metre area with 10-metre high ceilings in eastern HafenCity in Hamburg. This huge space is set to become Europe's largest and climate-neutral museum. Various measures will ensure the museum's carbon footprint remains zero.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on WIRED, Oct 18, 2021

Virtual Museums Challenge the Art World’s Status Quo

STUART SEMPLE STILL remembers the first time art knocked him on his ass. It was the late 1980s and 8-year old Semple was at the National Gallery in London, face to face with Vincent van Gogh’s Sunflowers. “The painting leapt off the wall; it was like it was hovering. It totally overloaded my system. My mum said that I was shaking,” he says. “Looking back, I’d say it was a state of awe.” (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on SORA NEWS24, Oct 14, 2021

TeamLab collaborates with vegan ramen shop, creates the most photogenic noodle spot in Tokyo

TeamLab’s digital art instillations continue to be hugely popular with art lovers all over, and their latest venture sees them dipping into the world of one of Japan’s greatest exports — ramen. But not just any kind of ramen; as the name suggests, Vegan Ramen UZU specialises in plant-based vegan ramen. The collaboration originally began way back in March 2020, when teamLab designed an art instillation in Vegan Ramen UZU’s Kyoto branch. The collaboration was a huge success with people lining up, waiting to enter the restaurant for up to an hour. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on JAPANTODAY, Oct 3, 2021

teamLab Planets in Tokyo to open a dining experience, art space and flower shop on Oct 8

TOKYO-teamLab Planets TOKYO in Toyosu, Tokyo welcomes Vegan Ramen UZU Tokyo” from Kyoto; a new artwork space; and a flower shop where visitors can take home the orchids used in one of the museum’s artworks. Vegan Ramen UZU Kyoto opened in Kyoto in March of 2020, becoming hugely popular with hour-long wait times. At “Vegan Ramen UZU Tokyo,” vegan ramen can be enjoyed in the Reversible Rotation - Non-Objective Space or Table of Sky and Fire artwork spaces.(Excerpt from the text)