Featured on ARTFORUM, Dec, 2018


The Tokyo-based interdisciplinary group teamLab comprises hundreds of artists, designers, and programmers, whose interests span from simulations of food to what they call “ultrasubjective space,” an interpretation of the decentered, shallow perspective of historical Japanese painting that offers a counterpoint to Western perspectivalism and its static relationship to the viewer.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on MODERN LUXURY, Dec, 2018

Pace Gallery - teamLab 2018

Pace Gallery opening reception was held on Wednesday, November 14 presenting the innovative work of teamLab in the interdisciplinary collective’s second San Francisco Bay area exhibition. teamLab: Continuous Life and Death at the Now of Eternity will be on view in Pace’s downtown Palo Alto gallery from November 15, 2018 through January 13, 2019. The exhibition features six monitor works in various scales. Each work embodies teamLab’s long-standing interest in the possibilities and meaning of what they call ‘Ultrasubjective Space,” the shallow spatial structure of traditional Japanese painting. (Excerpt from the text)