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Lmaga.jp 登载。(Aug 19, 2018)

夜のアート参拝、チームラボが神社で企画


デジタルアート集団『チームラボ』が手掛けるイベント『下鴨神社 糺の森の光の祭 Art by teamLab』が、世界遺産の「下鴨神社」で8月17日からスタート。初日から行列ができ、幻想的な空間を人々は楽しんだ。(Excerpt from the text)

designboom 登载。(Jul 10, 2019)

teamLab expands kyoto's digitized forest with new immersive installation

for the third time, teamLab returns to the shimogamo shrine to hold the digitized forest — an exhibition that turns nature into art without harming it — in kyoto. this year’s show has expanded, turning both the tadasu forest and the shimogamo shrine into an art space that changes ones visitors immerse themselves in the brightly-lit pieces.(Excerpt from the text)

HYPEBEAST 登载。(Jul 9, 2019)

teamLab to Return to Kyoto's Shimogamo Shrine With "Digitized Forest" Exhibition

Kyoto’s Shimogamo Shrine will once again radiate under the immersive artworks of teamLab as the Japanese collective prepares to open its “Digitized Forest” exhibition. Following behind two previous installations at the World Heritage Site, the upcoming edition continues to capture teamLab’s emphasis on nature and human interaction through the use of digital technologies.(Excerpt from the text)

cnet 登载。(Jul 6, 2019)

Labyrinths of light and mirrors: Exploring Tokyo's TeamLab Planets and Borderless

I am barefoot, standing in the dark on soft carpet. I can hear rushing water. I proceed toward the sound while carrying two cameras and my phone. As my eyes adjust, faint blue footlights illuminate the way. The cascade gets louder, then I round a corner and see it: A ramp, two stories tall, softly lit on either side with LEDs. Water pours from a waterfall at the top, covering the ramp with a coating of fast-moving water, warm against my feet. This is going to be an adventure.(Excerpt from the text)

Aesthetica 登载。(May 15, 2019)

Future Realities

What does it mean to be human in the digital age? Exploring this question is AI: More Than Human at London’s Barbican Centre, an unprecedented survey of creative and scientific developments in artificial intelligence. Charting its rapidly evolving story – from ancient roots in Japanese Shintoism to the present day – the exhibition explores the changing relationship between individuals and technology.(Excerpt from the text)