The high-tech Japanese art and technology collective teamLab is bringing a new immersive art experience to New York. After opening the first-ever digital art museum in Tokyo last month, teamLab signed an 11-year lease on a 55,000 square foot warehouse in Industry City, Brooklyn, New York. Takumi Nomoto, teamLab's chief creative officer, recently told Bloomberg, “I wanted to pick the best city for more people to come see our digital museum, and that’s when I thought New York.” To learn more
Japanese art collective teamLab has partnered with leading urban landscape developer Mori Building Co., Ltd, to open a digital art museum with approximately 50 artworks, some of which have never been displayed before in public. MORI Building Digital Art Museum: teamLab Borderless is divided into five zones, with the artworks installed to have no borders separating them from other works, extending beyond corridors, overlapping, and even fusing with other works. This allows the boundaries between
Pace Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in Art Dubai 2018. A joint presentation by Ikkan Art International (Singapore), Martin Browne Contemporary (Sydney), and Pace Art & Technology, the booth will feature 8 monitor works by Japanese collective teamLab. Visit us at Booth A9 in Gallery Hall 1, at the Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai, UAE. The fair will be open March 22-24, with preview days from March 19-21. For more information on the fair and to purchase tickets, click here.
Random International, Leo Villareal, and teamLab will participate in The Future of Light Art, a symposium focused on a new frontier of scientific research on the nature of light, and the impact it will have on artistic possibilities. Thursday, February 8 at 4:30 pm: Hannes Koch and Florian Ortkrass, Random International "When you can't see what is not touching you" Thursday, February 8 at 4:30 pm: Leo Villareal "Light + Code as Medium" Friday, February 9 at 10 am: Takashi Kudo, teamLab "D
teamLab is planning a digital-only museum which will open in the Mori building in Tokyo in the summer of 2018. Featured on CNN Style, teamLab communications director Takashi Kudo explains, "Everyday will be a different experience. There are difference monitors and projectors (and) people can become part of the work." The museum will be a continuation of the ideas and technologies that teamLab has been pioneering for more than 15 years. To read more on CNN Style, click here. For more informatio
teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live opens on July 14, 2017. This site-specific installation features six immersive lights works by teamLab in the Mifuneyama Rakuen Park in Saga, Japan. Each work is installed to both complement and respond to the trees, lakes, and rocks in its surroundings, creating an interactive experience for visitors to the forest. teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live will be on view July 14 through October 9, 2017 at Mifuneyama Rakuen Park in Saga, Japan. For more information,
TEDxCourtauldInstitute 2017 – Connections 10.30-18.00, 12th March, Somerset House In its 4th edition TEDxCourtauldInstitute sets out to unravel its ‘Connections’ with a one-day conference of eleven live speakers of a wide range of fields, unique performances, and a selection of outstanding pre-recorded TED talks. Noriko Taniguchi from collective of ultratechnologists teamLab, and Mark Davy, founder of Futurecity and Future\Pace will share their ‘ideas worth spreading’ in the spirit of TED, Tec
TeamLab is currently featured in The Universe and Art on view at the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo until January 9, 2017. The exhibition includes a diverse selection of around 200 items that span many centuries and cultures. The museum’s website offers a full insight to the works featured in the exhibition.
Pace Art + Technology, founded by Pace President Marc Glimcher, is the gallery’s new program dedicated to collaboration with interdisciplinary art groups, collectives and studios whose works explore the confluence of art and technology. The program is an expansion of Pace’s longstanding commitment to artistic approaches that emphasize digital and technological methods. Tickets to teamLab: Living Digital Space and Future Parks are now available at teamlabpace.eventbrite.com. Marc Glimcher
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