Featured on World Architecture Community, June 28, 2022

TeamLab Designs Multi-Sensory Art Space For "Infinite Curiosity" On Abu Dhabi’s Saadiyat Island

Interdisciplinary Tokyo-based art collective teamLab has revealed its design for a multi-sensory art space to be a new "home for infinite curiosity" on Abu Dhabi’s Saadiyat Island, United Arab Emirates. The new teamLab Phenomena Abu Dhabi is conceived to create a multi-sensory art experience featuring original and constantly transforming artistic installations unique to Abu Dhabi.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on designboom, June 23, 2022

teamLab's new multi-sensory immersive art space in abu dhabi is 'home to infinite curiosity'

Interdisciplinary Tokyo-based collective teamLab unveils teamLab Phenomena, a multi-sensory immersive art venue in Abu Dhabi. Developed in collaboration with the Department of Culture and Tourism and Miral, the Emirate’s leading creator of destinations and experience, the project takes shape as a 17,000 sqm space that combines art and technology, sparking curiosity, imagination, and creativity in all who visit. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Hype Art, June 23, 2022

teamLab Visualizes Life as an Uninterrupted Flow of Energy

teamLab is usually known for their ethereal installations that often pit visitors in an otherworldly settings. Comprised of a team of architects, engineers, programmers and artists, the collective’s latest exhibition is noticeably different. For the first time, teamLab will be presenting work in Geneva and will distill their reach to the realm of digital art. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Smithsonian MAGAZINE, June 16, 2022

Eight Works of Art in Unlikely Places

Using digital technology like projections and lighting design, teamLAB, a cutting-edge Japanese art collective, transports visitors to otherworldly places from its museum in Tokyo. In a current exhibition called Planets, viewers can become one with nature, walking barefoot through a field of flowers in one mirrored gallery, while in another, spirals of kaleidoscopic colors pool up from the floor. (Excerpt from the text)