NEWS

The Economist 登载。(Apr 17, 2021)

A change in how people consume contemporary art is under way

Across all four walls of a vast hall, Vincent van Gogh’s blue irises begin to sway. They bloom gently at first, then more violently, as the music builds to a crashing crescendo. Visitors to “Immersive Van Gogh” (pictured), now showing at a former music venue in San Francisco, sit or stand in socially distant circles on the floor, their bodies bathed in the glow of these animated laser projections. (Except from the text)

Spa Business 登载。(Apr 15, 2021)

Sauna trance: art and sauna bathing collide at mesmerising new Tokyo art exhibition

Global art collective teamLab has combined art and sauna to offer an immersive exhibition in Roppongi, Tokyo, called teamLab & TikTok, teamLab Reconnect: Art with Rinkan Sauna Roppongi.
Running until the end of August 2021, the dynamic and interactive sensory exhibition invites guests to view mesmerising artworks while in a meditative state called a sauna trance, brought on by contrast bathing cycles. (Excerpt from the text)

designboom 登载。(Apr 14, 2021)

clashing colors and playful landscapes complete teamLab architects' nursery in japan

in the japanese city of nagareyama, teamLab architects has completed ‘kidslabo minami-nagareyama nursery’, a vibrant, u-shaped building that’s designed to prepare children for the future. through a number of architectural strategies, the design team hopes to create an environment where young kids can gain early experience and useful soft skills for living and working in an information society. (Excerpt from the text)

Time Out 登载。(Apr 9, 2021)

The outdoor digital monolith at teamLab Planets Tokyo has changed into a pillar of fire

There’s plenty of teamLab to go around. Whether you’re travelling to Okayama or just chilling at home, you have lots of ways to interact with the art collective's inimitable works. Last July, teamLab Planets Tokyo in Toyosu debuted their monolith-like sculpture showcasing a digital waterfall. Titled ‘Universe of Water Particles Falling from the Sky’, the sculpture is right outside the museum and free for anyone to see. (Excerpt from the text)

Ocean Drive 登载。(Apr 8, 2021)

Superblue Miami Redefines the Meaning of Contemporary Art

Imagine the boundaries that ingenious artists could push when given the space and the freedom to create a unique and groundbreaking artistic reality. The result would be a reality so out of the ordinary it would be rare to encounter even in the wildest of dreams. And while Miami has been introduced to a wide range of highly acclaimed artistry, Superblue is prepared to present this impossible reality to the city with its dynamic range of mass experiential artworks and iconic installations. (Excerpt from the text)

HYPEBEAST 登载。(Apr 8, 2021)

teamLab Debuts New Flame Installations in Tokyo

After participating in the Noor Riyadh light and art festival, teamLab returns to its native Tokyo to unveil two new flame installations. Entitled Universe of Fire Particles Falling from the Sky and Universe of Fire Particles, the interactive public artworks were inspired by the phenomenon of light and heat generated by combustion. The digital technologists over at acclaimed Japanese art collective translated this phenomenon into a work that shows “a collection of lines drawn by the movement of molecules of burning gas,” as per a description. (Excerpt from the text)

Time Out 登载。(Apr 1, 2021)

The outdoor digital monolith at teamLab Planets Tokyo is changing into a pillar of fire

There’s plenty of teamLab to go around. Whether you’re travelling to Okayama or just chilling at home, you have lots of ways to interact with the art collective's inimitable works. Last July, teamLab Planets Tokyo in Toyosu debuted their monolith-like sculpture showcasing a digital waterfall. Titled ‘Universe of Water Particles Falling from the Sky’, the sculpture is right outside the museum and free for anyone to see. (Excerpt from the text)

Time Out 登载。(Mar 24, 2021)

teamLab has a new interactive exhibition in Ginza – and it's free

There’s a Japanese Zen Buddhist expression that goes something like: ‘every step is a place to learn’. That’s the adage that inspired this latest installation from teamLab, titled ‘Walk, Walk, Walk Home’. In this art displayed at Ginza 456, an ensemble of mystic creatures and townspeople are on a continuous journey to places unknown. (Excerpt from the text)