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Featured on JAPAN Forward, Oct 6, 2020

teamLab’s autumn mountain forest exhibition lights up historic Kyushu park with signature digital art

teamLab’s interactive digital art exhibitions have become a favourite of Instagrammers thanks to the fully immersive aesthetic experience that their work offers.
They are also inspired by nature and come up with their own takes on the various seasons of Japan, adding technology to the mix to create an innovative and impressive mix of the two forces. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Miami Herald, Oct 6, 2020

New Miami immersive art space Superblue has an opening date. And yes, it’s in December

Superblue, the new Allapattah space dedicated to immersive art, will open Dec. 22, bringing cheer to a month usually marked by international art fairs.
Its initial show, “Every Wall Is a Door,” will feature large-scale installations by light artist James Turrell, tech collaborative teamLab and Es Devlin, known for her performative sculptures.
“Each of these artists provokes us to see our relationship to the world and each other in completely new ways,” said Superblue Cofounder and Chief Executive Officer Mollie Dent-Brocklehurst. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on ART news, Oct 6, 2020

Experiential Art Center Superblue to Open with teamLab, James Turrell, Es Devlin Works

In August, it was announced that Superblue, a new enterprise dedicated to experiential art, would be opened by Pace Gallery president Marc Glimcher and former Pace London president Mollie Dent-Brocklehurst. After a couple months of mystery, Superblue has revealed its first plans for its inaugural art center, in Miami’s Allapattah neighborhood. Set to open on December 22, Superblue’s first exhibition will be “Every Wall Is a Door,” featuring large-scale installations by James Turrell, teamLab, and Es Devlin. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Sumikai, Oct 2, 2020

Herbstliche Bergwaldausstellung von teamLab beleuchtet historischen Kyushu-Park

Die interaktiven digitalen Kunstausstellungen von teamLab lassen sich von der Natur inspirieren und entwickeln ihre eigene Sichtweise auf die verschiedenen Jahreszeiten Japans. Sie versuchen mit ihrer Technik eine innovative und beeindruckende Mischung aus beiden Kräften zu schaffen.
Die interaktiven digitalen Kunstausstellungen von teamLab sind zu einem Favoriten für Instagrammer auf der ganzen Welt geworden. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on KAWA News, Oct 2, 2020

Saudi Arabia: a museum of “digital art” will open its doors in Jeddah

By 2023, the inhabitants and visitors of the city of Jeddah, on the Red Sea coast of Saudi Arabia, may not see art in the same way. For by then, with the planned opening of a “digital art” museum, a trip to the museum will be much more futuristic than the idea we have today.
According to the announcement of the Ministry of Culture, the museum entitled TeamLab Borderless Jeddah, in honor of the Tokyo-based collective TeamLab that is collaborating on the project, will be located not far from Al-Balad, the old city of Jeddah, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Taylor & Francis, Oct 2, 2020

Luciano Floridi and contemporary art practice

This article examines how the thinking of Luciano Floridi, especially his emphasis on information, could affect the way we approach art practice. It aims to situate art practice in relation to contemporary informational theories and suggests that the way we view contemporary art practice needs to move beyond existing theories. Key components to Floridi’s philosophy are introduced with relevance to art practice, followed by an analysis of these concepts with examples from the history of art. It is hoped that, by clarifying some of the more complex terms and concepts, readers will form a better understanding of the connections and potential synergy between art practice and the sciences of information, through the philosophy of Floridi. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on News Week, Oct 1, 2020

Museums You’ll Want to Immerse Yourself In

There is a museum for just about everything if you look hard enough, but these attractions take the traditional experience of passively viewing art and flip it on its head. They encourage visitors to interact with the exhibits—at a safe distance from others and with a variety of new safety measures in place such as disinfectants, one-way traffic plans, reduced visitor capacity and more—and experience art in a new way. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on grape, Sep 30, 2020

teamLab’s autumn mountain forest exhibition lights up historic Kyushu park with signature digital art

teamLab’s interactive digital art exhibitions have become a favourite of Instagrammers thanks to the fully immersive aesthetic experience that their work offers. They are also inspired by nature and come up with their own takes on the various seasons of Japan, adding technology to the mix to create an innovative and impressive mix of the two forces. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Korea JoongAng Daily, Sep 28, 2020

Art collective teamLab combines humans and nature

Amid heated controversy over whether Instagram-friendly, spectacular digital images are now a field of contemporary art or just high-tech attractions, one of the world's most famous collectives for such works, teamLab, started a solo exhibition at the Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) in central Seoul on Friday.
teamLab, which was formed in 2001 in Tokyo and now consists of hundreds of artists, engineers, programmers, computer graphic animators and other experts, presents 10 pieces of animated large-scale digital works, under the theme of "Life." (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on The Art Newspaper, Sep 25, 2020

TeamLab to open permanent installation in Shanghai nightclub

The multimedia collective teamLab has formally announced the October opening of its second permanent installation in a Shanghai nightclub. The club called Master is in a new trendy mall called TX Huaihai Youth Energy Centre.
TeamLab’s announcement describes the project called Shower³ as a “sculpture space that immerses the body in a three-dimensional shower of light”. The work combines two of the collective’s series from 2016: the moving light lines of Light Sculpture - Line and the laser planes of Light Sculpture - Plane. The nightclub will be managed by the Chinese entertainment group RT (Round Table), which bills it as a “24-hour light and shadow art interaction space”. (Excerpt from the text)