Proliferating Immense Life - Sunrise and Sunset, A Whole Year per Year, Singapore

teamLab, 2022, Interactive Digital Installation, W7500 mm H17925 mm , Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

Proliferating Immense Life - Sunrise and Sunset, A Whole Year per Year, Singapore

teamLab, 2022, Interactive Digital Installation, W7500 mm H17925 mm , Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

The world of the artwork changes with the real flow of time of its location. The artwork grows brighter as the sun rises and darker when the sun sets, and the flowers change with the seasons.
The flowers are influenced by the actions of people, increasing in number as they grow, bloom, and scatter repeatedly.
When people touch the flowers, the petals scatter and fall away.

The real time in which the viewer exists, the time of the city, and the time of the continuous life of the flowers, all of these different times intersect and overlap, while the viewer’s body, the city, and the world of the artwork remain connected. The artwork space is an overlap of different times and space.

The space of the artwork is created with what teamLab refers to as Ultrasubjective Space. In contrast to spaces that are created through, or in other words cut out by, lenses and perspective, Ultrasubjective Space does not fix the viewer’s viewpoint and in turn frees the body. The wall that the flowers are seen on does not become a boundary between the viewer and the artwork, and the artwork space is continuous with the space of the viewer’s body.