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Featured on South China Morning Post, 2020/02/04

6 places in Asia where you can see Tokyo - based teamLab's mind - blowing exhibitions

Founded by Toshiyuki Inoko in 2001, Tokyo-based teamLab is an interdisciplinary group of artists and technologists which has mastered deeply immersive, art-meets-science, beautiful but thought-provoking exhibitions – as well as being the world’s most enthusiastic selfie enablers. With the sort of science-slash-art exhibitions your children actually want to go to, teamLab puts on massive, mind-blowing spectacles that dissolve the borders between humanity and nature and between creativity and engineering. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on TODAY ONLINE, 2020/01/30

Best Things To Do In Singapore In February 2020

If you love the dazzling Future World exhibition at ArtScience Museum, you’ll love this new digital exhibition at Gardens by the Bay (GBTB) even more. #Futuretogether at GBTB is an immersive exhibition of seven digital art installations, and is the brainchild of art collective, teamLab. They’re the maestros who brought you the Insta-worthy sparkly backdrops and installlations at ArtScience Museum. What’s even better? There’s free entry for Singapore residents once #Futuretogether at Gardens by the Bay officially opens on Jan 16, 2020. Click here for a preview of the exhibition. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on ARTouch, Sep 4, 2019

600人的跨領域團隊合作,打造teamLab的無邊數位藝術世界

去年夏天,在東京台場絢麗開幕的「森大樓數位美術館:teamLab無界」(MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab Borderless,簡稱teamLab無界美術館)絕對是新媒體藝術一大盛事。teamLab無界美術館空間分為二層樓,面積逾10,000平方公尺,使用了高達470台投影機和520台電腦共同作業,分為五個展區主題、展出約60件teamLab的歷年作品和新作,是一座結合互動聲光等新媒體科技的專門美術館。開幕至今,這座能容納數百位觀眾的美術館不僅是吸引專業領域的參觀者,更是各方遊客造訪東京的熱門景點之一。(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on WOW U, 2019

teamLab Planets TOKYO

teamLab Planets is a must-visit museum in Tokyo especially if you are looking for insta-worthy spots.
You are sure to love their new concept named “Body Immersive”, where you can enjoy taking pictures and videos inside of the special full body experiences you get in each artwork.
The concept “Body Immersive” revolves around throwing yourself right in the middle of the art works, by blending together the border between you, the art work and others around you. The aim being to make border lines ambiguous to shake your perceptions of borders between yourself and the world. (Excerpt from the text)

Featured on MARKETING, 2019/05/16

SHISEIDO plays with travellers' senses with 'breathing' trees at Jewel

SHISEIDO Travel Retail has introduced a rather different beauty experience with the “S E N S E” art installation at Jewel Changi Airport in Singapore.
The art installation is found at the SHISEIDO FOREST VALLEY’s West Trail, and is a collaboration between SHISEIDO and teamLab, a Tokyo-based interdisciplinary art collective. “A dynamic harmony of logic and feeling, the material and spiritual, S E N S E is the result of diverse minds coming together, uniting scientists, researchers, composers and artists to create an experience of scent to create calm; an experience of sound to create peace; an experience of sight to create serenity; an experience of touch to create harmony,” said SHISEIDO in a press statement.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on CORRIERE DELLA SERA, Dec 23, 2019

Musei 2020. Cosa succede se la mostra è un’avventura interattiva

Picasso e Faith Ringgold. Un cubista e una postmodernista. Assieme, fianco a fianco, nella stessa sala. È una delle grandi novità del nuovo MoMA di New York che dopo quattro mesi di chiusura per ingrandirsi e riorganizzarsi si concede la libertà di creare delle relazioni inaspettate, a tratti spiazzanti, di sicuro inedite nelle classiche sequenze cronologiche. Senza troppi fuochi d’artificio, la ‘San Pietro’ dell’arte contemporanea si confronta con la modernità, scoperchiando a suo modo un quesito di stretta attualità: come saranno i musei del futuro? Se ne sono accorti in molti che l’approccio statico e tradizionale non funziona più e che i linguaggi hanno bisogno di diversificarsi.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on The Telegraph, 2020/01/02

48 hours in . . . Tokyo , an insider guide to Japan's neon city

The very idea of Tokyo – one of most densely packed cities on the planet – can be intimidating even before getting off the plane. In reality, however, it is a refreshingly easy city to visit. Despite its salaryman crowds, flashing neon and sprawling train networks, it is a place that thrives on running smoothly and safely. And an added gold star? It’s as clean as a city can possibly be.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on GEEKS, 2020/01/22

The TeamLab Borderless Experience

If you've never heard of TeamLab then you are missing out! TeamLab is a digital art museum full of beautiful pieces of art and music that form one big borderless world. The artwork moves amongst each other intermingling and never staying in one space. The pieces move throughout your time there so it's a good idea to check out a room more than once because it may be different the second time around. When you walk in you find yourself in a dark room only to be lit by the artwork. Flowers were floating all around us. The colors were absolutely beautiful.(Excerpt from the text)

Featured on VR SCOUT, 2020/01/16

The Shared VR Of Tokyo's TeamLab Borderless Offers A Glimpse Of An XR Future

Last month we visited teamLab Borderless in Tokyo, and as you’d expect, we were amazed by what we saw.
It’s difficult to offer a simple description of teamLab; the Tokyo-based interdisciplinary group of ‘ultra-technologists’—artists, programmers, engineers, animators, mathematicians, and architects—produce art that isn’t easily defined. Their flagship location, The MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab Borderless (henceforth just, “Borderless”), is a two-story, 33,000 sq. ft, immersive and interactive museum. Put simply: it’s part sci-fi fine art, part sensory amusement park.(Excerpt from the text)