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Featured on Time Out, Feb 8, 2021

Immerse yourself in a digital art sauna at teamLab Reconnect in Roppongi

It’s easy to say teamLab is huge in Japan – not only are the teamLab Borderless and teamLab Planets Tokyo museums essential visits on any trip to Tokyo, the art collective just keeps opening new special exhibitions such as their upcoming installation at Ibaraki’s Kairakuen Garden.
However, their newest exhibition, teamLab Reconnect, brings light art and digital projection to a whole new physical, and sweaty, level. Located in Roppongi, teamLab Reconnect combines a traditional sauna with the group’s otherworldly art. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on CONCRETE PLAYGROUND., Feb 7, 2021

Teamlab's Latest Eye-Popping Site Combines Historic Ruins, Dazzling Digital Art and a Sauna

Whether it's opening a sprawling art museum, taking over a 400-year-old castle, turning old oil tanks into a digital waterfall, bringing waves of light to Melbourne or planning its first permanent European site, Teamlab's digital installations are never less than impressive. The term definitely applies to the interdisciplinary collective's latest venture, too. And if you find its work soothing, those feelings are bound to kick in with gusto when you're wandering around historic ruins and getting steamy in a sauna.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on Japan Endless Discovery, Feb 5, 2021

Saitama: 4 of the coolest new reasons to visit Japan's 'uncoolest' place

Heading to Saitama, the 'teamLab: Resonating Life in the Acorn Forest should be at the top of your VIP priority list. Visit Tokorozawa’s Musashino Woods to see this constantly changing Digitised Nature exhibition which evolves with the presence of people. Forests like this were one of the primary food sources to people in the Jomon period (14,000 - 300 BCE) who lived in harmony with nature and this exhibition wants to celebrate that deep connection. Using digital technology, nature is transformed into interactive art you can be a part of. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on SoraNews24, Feb 1, 2021

Soak in the art literally and figuratively at TeamLab’s and TikTok’s new collab sauna exhibit

Another thought-provoking, gorgeous exhibition from the beloved digital art collective. Time after time, TeamLab captures the imaginations of its patrons, wowing with vivid interpretations on the entwinement between technology and interactive art. Partnering up with hit social media app TikTok, TeamLab now presents a new exhibition where folks can enjoy TeamLab’s beautiful, otherworldly art while sweating in the steamy, hot bellows of a sauna.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on artnet news, Jan 21, 2021

Does Instagram Stress You Out? Experience-Art Collective teamLab Has Made a Flowers-Only Alternative Designed to Delight

With this in mind, last fall, the global art collective teamLab conceived Flowers Bombing Home, an interactive art project in which you can use your television to stream montages of brightly colored flowers from teamLab’s YouTube livestream. Many of the images are made by other artists, and, in fact, everyone can submit their own creations using the collective’s templates. We spoke with teamLab about the project, how it’s been received, and what’s next for the collective in 2021.(Excerpt from the text)

[Feature] When art meets technology

With this in mind, last fall, the global art collective teamLab conceived Flowers Bombing Home, an interactive art project in which you can use your television to stream montages of brightly colored flowers from teamLab’s YouTube livestream. Many of the images are made by other artists, and, in fact, everyone can submit their own creations using the collective’s templates. We spoke with teamLab about the project, how it’s been received, and what’s next for the collective in 2021.(Excerpt from the text)

Miami opens new art center with boundary-breaking exhibitions

With this in mind, last fall, the global art collective teamLab conceived Flowers Bombing Home, an interactive art project in which you can use your television to stream montages of brightly colored flowers from teamLab’s YouTube livestream. Many of the images are made by other artists, and, in fact, everyone can submit their own creations using the collective’s templates. We spoke with teamLab about the project, how it’s been received, and what’s next for the collective in 2021.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on The New York Times, Jan 10, 2021

Entrepreneurs Bet Big on Immersive Art Despite Covid-19

Entering what was already a crowded market for companies specializing in experiential art, Superblue had plans to dominate the field with installations by experimental artists like Nick Cave, James Turrell, Es Devlin and teamLab. But the multimillion-dollar venture in Miami stalled before it started; the city’s surge in coronavirus cases forced Superblue to postpone its anticipated opening from December to March. Unfazed by the delays, the company says that it has attracted stronger interest from investors and is planning for two additional centers in unnamed cities.(Excerpt from the text)