VOLVO teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live | teamLab

连续的生命形态

御船山乐园于1845年(江户时代后期)设立,占地面积多达50万平方米。在御船山乐园的边界上有一棵在日本十分有名的巨木 — 树龄超过3000年以上的武雄神社大楠树神木,并且在乐园庭园的中心区域里种有众多树龄约为300年的大楠树群。人们可以想象出,这座庭园拥有自古以来就被保护起来的森林,并且将其树木活用到现代庭园造景中。(> 可以想像,这是一个生于古木环绕与其周边自然森林一起成长,并被不断构筑的现代庭院。)庭园与自然森林之间的界线暧昧而模糊,观赏者在漫步游览时时而会不经意地走入森林,时而则会踏入兽径。在森林里还祭祀着被自然与历史不断淬炼而成的巨石:“稻荷大明神”。在洞穴的岩壁上则遗留有创作了奈良大佛的名僧行基约在1300年前所雕刻的五百罗汉。 


没错,在经历了历史的时间洗礼后所形成的巨石,洞窟与森林中,每个时代的人都能从中领会出新的含义,这就是累积了上千年而形成的御船山乐园(>没错,每个时代的人们都能从这经历过被漫长时间所洗礼而形成的巨石,洞窟与森林中领悟出属于自己时代的意义,而这,就是承载了上千年文明与历史的御船山乐园)。直到现在,自然与人类的活动以及森林与庭园的界线依旧保持着模糊交融的暧昧状态,造就了如今这个舒适而美丽的文化遗产。 


于是,当你在这个庭院和森林的界线暧昧不清的地方迷失了方向时,就能够在这人与自然相磨合后所产生的常年没有边界并连绵不断的延续性上,感受到自我的生命意义的所在。为此,我们想在这个广阔的庭院里,举办一个能够让人们在森林中徘徊,迷失,继而融入这个自然世界的展览。 


“自身”这个概念是在数十亿年的时间长河里,在不断的生与死的循环往复上的诞生并存在着的。然而在日常生活中,人们非常难于觉察到这一点。人们可能无法认知比自己生命更长的岁月,在对时间的延续性上存在着一定的认知局限。 


但是,在探索御船山乐园的时候,人们会意识到这些不断经过的巨石,洞窟,以及森林正是在长久时间下生命的不断延绵持续所具象而成的形态。这些积年累月所形成的形态本身,就已经超越了人们对时间之延续性的认知界限。 


teamLab在这里举办着名为“Digitized Nature”的展览,其目的是运用非物质性的数位技术让“大自然在自然的形态下成为艺术”。 


我们认为,超越了人类认知时间界限的森林和庭园,在保持其原有形态下制作而成的作品群体,能够帮助人们超越对于时间连续性的认知界限,并认识到自己是存在于这源远流长并不断延绵的连续之中的场所。并且尝试着在这里呈现出“漫长的生命之延续性”,从而达到在现代也能够把这个场所的含义不断承载和延续下去的目的。 


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Story Behind Volvo Car Japan Partnership

Since the foundation, Volvo Cars has focused on safety as one of the core values of the company. And now we recognize that we are part of the problem of climate change and have a responsibility to act as a mobility provider. By reducing emissions across our entire value chain, we are aiming to become a climate-neutral company. By working towards climate-neutrality, embracing the circular economy and conducting our business operations responsibly, we help protect the planet and contribute to a fairer society.


We believe that the exhibition “VOLVO teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live” which expresses eternal continuous life by fusing nature and digital technology will give experience of the sustainable and innovative future that we aim for.


Volvo Car Japan

Inside Mifuneyama Rakuen

Universe of Fire Particles in a Decaying Underground Passage

A long-forgotten underground passage has recently been discovered, and the depths of the passage are decaying. In this space that is crumbling and losing its original structure, a fire burns eternally.

The forest above the underground passage is home to 3,000-year-old trees, and it changes daily with the imperceptible, slow flow of time and with each year passing year, as a space where the endlessly long time accumulates. The ruins from ages past scattered in the forest and the Edo-period garden which remains today each have their own respective space-times. The forgotten underground tunnel is a space where time seems to have stopped, and the depths of the passage are a decaying space and time that will not exist for much longer. The fire that eternally burns there also has its own space and time.
Here, various space-times intersect and overlap.

The fire changes shape due to a transparent absolute presence.
Lines are drawn in relation to the flow of combusting gas, and the flames are created by the accumulation of those lines in three-dimensions. The lines are then “flattened” using what teamLab considers to be Ultrasubjective Space to represent the flames.

teamLab is exploring the concept of Distributed Art.
If you launch the Distributed Fire smartphone application and approach this artwork, the flame will ignite and you can take the artwork home with you. When you bring that flame close to another person's smartphone, a flame will alight. As you connect the flame, and they connect that flame with someone else, the flame will spread all over the world. The flames that are spread are displayed on the Map of The Flame.

Distributed Art duplicates itself, or a part of an artwork is distributed among people. Then, once in the hands of the people, the artwork is further actively distributed, and also makes copies of itself. The artworks will be distributed and exist on people's networks and become decentralized. When the artwork exists on the network, it continues to exist even if the original disappears.

Megaliths in the Bath House Ruins

Masses (Megaliths) of different space-times are clustered in the bath house ruins.The forest surrounding the bath house ruins is home to 3,000-year-old trees, and it changes daily with the imperceptible, slow flow of time, repeating every year, as a space where the endlessly long time accumulates. The ruins from ages past scattered in the forest and the Edo-period garden which remains today each have their own respective space-times. The bath house was made in modern times, but after just a short period, it was abandoned, becoming a space-time where time had stopped completely. And this group of megaliths is also a mass made up of compressed space-times where the flow of time varies. Here, various space-times intersect and overlap.
Each megalith is surrounded by similarly standing megaliths, the space-times of which are all connected. 
The artwork is continuously rendered in real time by a computer program. It is neither prerecorded, nor on loop. As a whole, previous states never recur, and the artwork is continuously changing due to the movement of people. Every moment is unique and can never be seen again.
The following artworks exist in the artwork space of the three-dimensional objects grouped in these bath house ruins.
・Flowers and PeopleThis artwork is in a state of continuous change. Over a period of one hour, a year’s worth of seasonal flowers blossoms and scatters. The flowers bud, grow, and blossom before their petals begin to wither and eventually fade away. The cycle of growth and decay repeats itself in perpetuity. If a person stays still, the flowers surrounding them grow and bloom more abundantly.
・Universe of Water Particles When people approach the artwork, the flow of the water changes. The movement of people influences the artwork, causing it to evolve continuously, while the artwork influences other works. For instance, the water causes the flowers in the work Flowers and People to scatter.Water is represented by a continuum of numerous water particles. The interaction between the particles is calculated and then lines are drawn in relation to the behavior of the water particles. The lines are “flattened” using what teamLab considers to be ultrasubjective space.

* In order to view  teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live before it opens (sunset), purchase a Daytime Rakan Bath Reservation. After sunset, only a teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live exhibition ticket is needed.
季节性8.22为止

Ruptured Hotel Wall - 生命以生命的力量活着 II / Ruptured Hotel Wall - Life Survives by the Power of Life II

人类自身和环境是“不二”的,也就是说看上去是不同的,但实际是同一的,不分彼此且无法分离的。这里的“无法分离,指的或许并非是统合,而是对于虽然看上去是两个不同的东西,但实际上是同一物体的再认知。
自然赋予我们恩泽,也带给我们灾难。同样,我们受惠于文明的进步,也承受着这种进步带来的负面影响。自然与文明总是相伴相生。时间没有绝对的恶与善。我们很难理解也无法安放自己的情感和心绪。无论未来等待我们的是什么,我们只能选择去面对而不绝望地继续生活。

用“空书”在立体地书写着象征着生命和生存的“生”字。“空书”是teamLab从创立以来一直延续的,在空间里书写的书法。书法特有的墨迹,深浅度、速度和力度,在全新诠释的空间里被立体的再构建,通过teamLab的“超主观空间”的理论结构被二次元化。书法在平面和立体之间不断巡回。

用镜头和透视呈现出的作品空间出现在显示面的另一侧。 换句话说,显示面成为了一个边界,将观赏者存在的空间与作品的空间分割开来。 然而,"超主体空间 "的特点之一便是在通过 "超主体空间 "所呈现的作品空间中,显示面并不会成为空间的边界。 这种作品空间能够超越显示面,仿佛以三维形态存在于观赏者所处的空间中。作品的空间与观赏者身体所处的空间因此得以连接并延续。

The space consists of a VOLVO XC40, a ruptured wall, and teamLab's new work Life Survives by the Power of Life II. This space was built during the years of steep economic growth, but after a short period, it was abandoned, becoming a space-time where time had stopped completely. The forest, rocks, and caves of Mifuneyama Rakuen have formed over a long time, and people in every era have sought meaning in them over the millennia. It is the ongoing, continuous relationship between nature and humans that has made the border between the forest and garden ambiguous, keeping this cultural heritage beautiful and pleasing. By breaking through the walls that have divided this continuity, VOLVO XC40 reconnects the space to the continuity of the world and time, creating a place where various space-times intersect and overlap.On view: July 16 - August 22, 2021
Hours: 11:00 - 22:30
* To view this work before the open hours of VOLVO teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live, purchase a Daytime Rakan Bath Reservation or order a drink at EN TEA HOUSE - OTORO.

Life Survives by the Power of Life II

人类自身和环境是“不二”的,也就是说看上去是不同的,但实际是同一的,不分彼此且无法分离的。这里的“无法分离,指的或许并非是统合,而是对于虽然看上去是两个不同的东西,但实际上是同一物体的再认知。自然赋予我们恩泽,也带给我们灾难。同样,我们受惠于文明的进步,也承受着这种进步带来的负面影响。自然与文明总是相伴相生。时间没有绝对的恶与善。我们很难理解也无法安放自己的情感和心绪。无论未来等待我们的是什么,我们只能选择去面对而不绝望地继续生活。
用“空书”在立体地书写着象征着生命和生存的“生”字。“空书”是teamLab从创立以来一直延续的,在空间里书写的书法。书法特有的墨迹,深浅度、速度和力度,在全新诠释的空间里被立体的再构建,通过teamLab的“超主观空间”的理论结构被二次元化。书法在平面和立体之间不断巡回。
用镜头和透视呈现出的作品空间出现在显示面的另一侧。 换句话说,显示面成为了一个边界,将观赏者存在的空间与作品的空间分割开来。 然而,"超主体空间 "的特点之一便是在通过 "超主体空间 "所呈现的作品空间中,显示面并不会成为空间的边界。 这种作品空间能够超越显示面,仿佛以三维形态存在于观赏者所处的空间中。作品的空间与观赏者身体所处的空间因此得以连接并延续。

EN TEA HOUSE Otoro

季节性8.31为止

呼应灯森林与螺旋 ── 一笔, 夏之森 / Forest and Spiral of Resonating Lamps - One Stroke, Summer Forest

乍看之下由经典形状的灯随机排列组成的这件作品,是一件受到观者与他人影响会发出连续性光芒的作品,换言之它是能够展现出连续性之美的作品。
当有人静止站立在灯附近时,最接近人的灯会发出强烈的光芒,并发出声响。然后,灯光会传播到最靠近的两个灯上。被传播的光芒会发出同样的声响,然后再传播到最接近的灯上,连续地延伸开来。被分成两束传播出来的光芒会各自形成一条经过所有灯一次的光之轨迹。由自己发出的光,和由他人产生的光将会交汇。
乍看之下随机配置的灯,无论从哪个灯发出光,光也能够永远连续,留下平滑的轨迹,而且会与由他者而生的光交汇。
更具体地说,每个灯配置在空间中的位置使其最靠近的两个灯之间连出一条线时,都只会出现一条独一无二的连接线。此外还有灯悬挂高度的不均一分布,在三维空间里形成的光轨迹的平滑度也经过了定量,空间上灯的配置是根据数学原理得来的。
因此,与人呼应而产生的灯光,尽管只会传播到最近的灯,但是所有的灯都会被呼应一次并一气呵成以形成一道光的路径,同时还与因他者而产生的光交汇,最后回归到起点。
通过这个过程创造出来的灯的排列乍看起来是随机的,但这是一种由人们从任何位置与灯互动而创造出来的,表现光的连续性之美的排列。
通过这种过程而创造出来的看似杂乱的灯的配置,使得人们自由地站立在各种位置上,都能与灯产生呼应,继而产生出光的连续性之美。

Ruins and Heritage, Others

SPA



A New Art and Sauna Experience

Take Alternating Hot and Cold Baths, Enter a Sauna Trance, Activate the Brain and Senses, then Experience Art in the Forest

This is a new art and sauna experience combining the “teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live” exhibition and the Mifuneyama Rakuen Hotel Rakan Bath, the winner of SAUNACHELIN 2019 & 2020.
Combo tickets for a day trip to Rakan Bath and “teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live” are available for 40 people per day, allowing visitors not staying at the Mifuneyama Rakuen Hotel or Onyado Chikurintei to take a sauna, then experience art in the forest. (*Reservation Required) Open your mind in a sauna surrounded by 3-million-year-old nature and 1,300 years’ worth of heritage. Reconnect with the continuity of the world and of time in 500,000 square meters of art spread across historic forests and gardens.

Open Your Mind in a Sauna Surrounded by the Forest and History, Become a Part of Nature and History, and Reconnect with the World

In the forest where the 3,000-year-old sacred Okusu tree resides, is a cave of five hundred Arhats carved 1,300 years ago by the Buddhist monk Gyoki. (*1) Next to the cave, visitors will open their brains in a sauna of history and forest, and walk through the art spread over 500,000 square meters of forest and a garden built in Edo.
(*1 ) The Tsukahara no Karafuro, one of the oldest existing saunas in Japan, is said to have been built by Gyoki, an ascetic who traveled all over Japan before building the Great Buddha in Nara, hoping to cure people of their illnesses. It is believed that Gyoki built saunas for people while practicing Buddhism all over the country.






御船山乐园大浴场“罗汉之汤”

御船山乐园酒店大浴堂的男性大浴堂、女性大浴堂均已全面翻新。 男性大浴堂设有可享受自助香薰(御船山的天然水和佐贺嬉野产焙茶)的冥想桑拿、使用冷却至 16 摄氏度的温泉水的冷水浴池、可感受御船山自然风光的大露天浴池及空气浴区;女性大浴堂设有可享受自助香薰(御船山的天然水)和 kugel(放置在桑拿石上散发香气的香熏球)的冥想桑拿、使用冷却至 17 摄氏度的温泉水的冷水浴池、蒸汽桑拿、可近距离感受御船山自然风光的露天浴池、空气浴区及咖啡区(自制布丁及健康排毒水等)。享受在御船山的自然风光包围下沐浴,愿您度过一段悠闲美好的时光。

会场地图

艺术作品地图

遗产地图(御船山乐园内)

遗产地图(御船山乐园外)

参观指南

Update

请您提前做好以下各项准备
*园内有多处光线较暗、不易行走的道路,建议您穿着运动鞋等方便行走的鞋子前来。
*为避免蚊虫叮咬,建议您穿着长袖、长裤等减少皮肤外露,也可使用防蚊喷雾等。
*园内空间非常广阔,请您在前来游览时预留出充分的时间。

会场地图
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会场信息

VOLVO teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live

展期

2021.07.16(Fri) - 11.07(Sun)

开馆时间

teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live
2021.7.16 (Fri) - 9.13 (Mon) 19:00 - 22:30
2021.9.14 (Tue) - 10.11 (Mon) 18:00 - 22:30
2021.10.12 (Tue) - 11.7 (Sun) 17:00 - 22:30
* 门票在第一个入口处。 开园后一小时起,还可以使用第二个入口。
* 最后入场时间为22:00
* 作品《神木》的展出时间为每周五、六、日及日本法定节假日的开园前30分钟至晚上10点,地点为御船山乐园外的武雄神社。
* Daytime Rakan Bath customers and EN TEA HOUSE - OTORO customers can view the "Ruptured Hotel Wall - Light Sculpture of Flames", "Life Survives by the Power of Life II", and "Forest and Spiral of Resonating Lamps" starting at 11:00.

御船山乐园大浴场“罗汉之汤”一日游入浴
预约制 / 定员制

2021.7.16 (Fri) - 9.30 (Thu)
第1批: 16:00 - 18:30 (男女各10名)
第2批: 18:30 - 21:00 (男女各10名)
* 你可以在18:30之后进入艺术展。

2021.10.1 (Fri) - 11.7 (Sun)
第1批: 15:00 - 17:30 (男女各10名)
第2批: 17:30 - 20:00 (男女各10名)
* 你可以在17:30之后进入艺术展。
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* 御船山乐园大浴场“罗汉之汤”一日入浴项目谢绝16岁以下儿童入场。
* 谢绝同性别4人以上的团队顾客。
* 可通过电话或官方售票页面进行预订。

休息日

每日营业

会场地图

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交通指南

地址

御船山乐园
佐贺县武雄市武雄町大字武雄4100
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武雄神社
佐贺县武雄市武雄町武雄5327
客人从御船山乐园入口1进入:
* 班车不在1号入口处停靠
* 武雄自行车比赛第二停车场距离1号入口有5分钟步行路程
* 武雄自行车比赛第一停车场距离1号入口有15分钟步行路程
乘火车
从JR博多站: 乘坐火车70分钟到JR武雄温泉站。 乘出租车(5分钟)或公共汽车(8分钟)。 从JR武雄温泉站: 乘坐出租车5分钟,乘坐巴士8分钟到御船山乐园 站。
空运
从长崎机场出发:40分钟车程 从佐贺机场:50分钟车程 从福冈机场:70分钟车程
停车场
武雄自行车比赛第二停车场:300辆 武雄自行车比赛第一停车场:900辆 附近的其他停车场:900辆 * 武雄自行车比赛第一停车场将在武雄自行车比赛第二停车场之后开放。
免费巴士
周末,武雄自行车比赛停车场和御船山乐园入口2之间提供免费班车。 2021年7月16日 - 9月13日 19:30 - 23:00 2021年9月14日 - 10月11日 18:30 - 23:00 2021年10月12日 - 11月7日 17:30 - 23:00 * 不在平日运行。 * 每15分钟一班。

联系我们

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御船山乐园
+81-954-23-3131

注意事项

关于入境

根据人群的不同,可能会限制进入。由于时间限制,如果您的组中的访问者数量突然增加,则可能无法允许进入。


轮椅和婴儿车访问

花园拥有自然小径,可能很难通过轮椅或婴儿车进入。

无障碍艺术品包括;


“Drawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and Boats – Mifuneyama Rakuen Pond”

"Floating Resonating Lamps - One Stroke"

"Resonating Forest in the Ravine"

“夏樱与夏枫之呼应森林 / Resonating Forest - Cherry Blossoms and Maple”

“生命是连续不断的光芒-杜鹃花谷 / Life is Continuous Light - Azalea Valley”

"Resonating Mt. Mifuneyama"

“不断繁殖生命的巨石 / Ever Blossoming Life Rock”

“绽放在茶碗里那无限宇宙中的花朵 / Flowers Bloom in an Infinite Universe inside a Teacup”

“呼应灯之森林与螺旋 - 一笔 / Forest and Spiral of Resonating Lamps - One Stroke”



责任

对于个人物品的任何伤害,丢失或损坏,主办方不承担任何责任。


垃圾免费公园

为了保护环境,这个公园不提供垃圾桶。准备好把垃圾带回家进行处理和回收。


禁止抽烟

所有公园和自然区域都严格禁烟和无烟。


服装

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teamLab
teamLab是自2001年起开始活动的艺术团队。通过团队创作来探索艺术、科学、技术和自然界交汇点的国际性跨域艺术团队。由艺术家、程序员、工程师、CG动画师、数学家和建筑师等各个领域的专家组成。 teamLab想通过艺术,摸索人与世界的关系和新的认知。人类为了更好地认知世界,习惯性地把世界分割,并将其视为具有边界的事物。我们探索认知的边界,并试图超越人类对世界、对时间连续性的边界的认知。世间万物都是奇迹般地存在于积年累月且没有边界的连续性上的。 teamLab在纽约、伦敦、巴黎、新加坡、硅谷、北京、墨尔本等世界各地举办了艺术展。teamLab所开设的大型常设美术馆有位于东京台场的“teamLab Borderless”、位于东京丰洲的“teamLab Planets”、位于上海黄浦滨江的“teamLab 无界上海”、位于澳门的“澳门 teamLab 超自然空间”,位于北京的“teamLab无相艺术空间”等等。今后还将有更多的美术馆落地在汉堡、乌得勒支、吉达等地。 teamLab的作品被世界各大艺术机构收藏,如墨尔本维多利亚国家美术馆(墨尔本)、悉尼新南威尔士州美术馆(悉尼)、阿德莱德南澳大利亚艺术画廊(阿德莱德)、赫尔辛基阿莫斯·雷克斯美术馆(赫尔辛基)、旧金山亚洲艺术博物馆(旧金山)、洛杉矶现代美术馆(洛杉矶)、伊斯坦布尔Borusan当代艺术收藏馆(伊斯坦布尔)、纽约亚洲协会博物馆(纽约)。 teamlab.art Biographical Documents teamLab is represented by Pace Gallery, Martin Browne Contemporary and Ikkan Art.

主办单位

御船山乐园・teamLab

Main Partner

Volvo Car Japan

Since the foundation, Volvo Cars has focused on safety as one of the core values of the company. And now we recognize that we are part of the problem of climate change and have a responsibility to act as a mobility provider. By reducing emissions across our entire value chain, we are aiming to become a climate-neutral company. By working towards climate-neutrality, embracing the circular economy and conducting our business operations responsibly, we help protect the planet and contribute to a fairer society.

We believe that the exhibition “VOLVO teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live” which expresses eternal continuous life by fusing nature and digital technology will give experience of the sustainable and innovative future that we aim for.

Partner

GC

GC Corporation, the manufacturer of dental products est. 1921 in TOKYO, supports art collective teamLab’s exhibition “VOLVO teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live”. The venue, Mifuneyama Rakuen (Takeo Hot Springs, Kyushu) is a 500,000-square-meter park, filled with flowers and trees in all seasons, such as cherry blossoms and azaleas.

Providing quality products to more than 100 countries, GC has been contributing to an improvement of oral health of people around the world for over a 100 year. GC’s ultimate goal is to share the joy of staying healthy with people all over the world regardless of race, gender, age and nationality by providing GC products.

We hope that teamLab's concept of "borderless continuity with the world" and our company's philosophy of "contributing to the world through oral health" will resonate with each other to spread the Well-Being and allow people to experience healthy living in nature while enjoying art.

Please try to find the GC, when you visit a dental office next time.

Special Thanks

Saga Television Station