Mika Ninagawa Teams Up With teamLab at Laforest Museum Exhibition

16.December.2018 | SPOT

To celebrate breaking 1 million visitors at MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: EPSON teamLab Borderless on November 28, teamLab is holding a photo exhibition at Laforet Museum Harajuku in collaboration with Mika Ninagawa from December 18 to 22.

 

Japanese model Tina Tamashiro takes the role of Ninagawa’s muse at this exhibition which combines the world of teamLab Borderless and Ninagawa’s photography skills. There will be 21 pieces on display at the exhibition.

 

You can see the photos taken by Ningawa over at the exhibition’s website. Limited copies of a special booklet entitled Mika Ninagawa @ teamLab Borderless will also be sold at the museum for ¥1,000.

 

Comment: Mika Ninagawa
“I looked for and chased after moments and places one after the other that looked good […] It was the same thing as I normally do while also feeling new. I take the person inside the world that teamLab has created. Like going on an adventure in a forest. Whether it’s natural, whether it’s digital.”

 

teamLab saw huge popularity this summer. Experience their world yourself by going to see the works of Mika Ninagawa this month.

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    Metsa Village is a new facility opening by Miyazawa Lake in Hanno, Saitama Prefecture on November 9, and it’s here where teamLab will hold their ‘Digitized Lakeside and Forest’ art exhibition from December 1, 2018 to March 3, 2019

     

    Metsa Village is a place for people to experience the Northern European lifestyle. It’s a huge area around Miyazawa Lake and Lakeside forest where time flows like Northern Europe – people can get up close to nature and enjoy seeing the beautiful lake and lush trees.

    Resisting and Resonating Ovoids and Forest

    teamLab, 2018, Interactive Digital Installation, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

     

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    Autonomous Resonating Life

    teamLab, 2018, Interactive Digital Installation, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

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    teamLab, 2015, Interactive Installation, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

     

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  • teamLab and MORI Building Digital Art Museum Opens on June 21

    09.June.2018 | SPOT

    MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: EPSON teamLab Borderless will open on June 21 and is co-managed by Mori Building Co., Ltd. and teamLab.

    森ビル チームラボ デジタルアートミュージアム「MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM」4

    teamLab Borderless is a collection of artworks that ‘form one borderless world.’ The art encompasses the entire room from the ceiling to the floor, and each piece connects seamlessly to the other, creating an immersive world where time blurs.

    森ビル チームラボ デジタルアートミュージアム「MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM」3

    You’ll be able to create new experiences with other people by submerging yourself into world of this borderless art and exploring it with your body.

    森ビル チームラボ デジタルアートミュージアム「MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM」2

    This never-before-seen new world is created in an expansive and complex three-dimensional 10,000 square meter space by 520 computers and 470 projectors.

    森ビル チームラボ デジタルアートミュージアム「MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM」

    EPSON teamLab Borderless have created 5 worlds each with their own distinct artwork. Early bird tickets are now on sale at a discounted price. Sales end on July 31. Additionally, the opening hours will be extended by one hour from June 21 to August 31.

     

    Dive into a mesmerising 3D world and get lost amongst the borderless art.

     

    ■Information

    MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: EPSON teamLab Borderless

    Address: 1-3-8 Aomi, Koto, Tokyo

    Opening: June 21, 2018

     

    Opening Hours

    Monday-Thursday 11:00-19:00 (20:00)

    Friday 11:00-21:00 (22:00)

    Saturday 10:00-21:00 (22:00)

    Sunday & National Holidays 10:00-19:00 (20:00)

    *Last entries are 1 hour before closing time.

    *Times listed in brackets refer to extended opening times running from June 21 to August 31.

    *Business hours will defer from season to season. Check the official website for full details.

    Closed: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month.

     

    Early Bird Tickets (Discounted)

    Sales Period: June 7, 2018-July 31, 2018

    Price:

    Adults, High School & College Student – ¥2,400 (*Normal price ¥3,200)

    Children up to Middle School Student – ¥1,000 (*Same as normal price)

    *Prices listed include tax.

    *Early bird tickets admitted during the period June 21 to July 31 only.

    Ticket Purchasing: https://borderless.teamlab.art/jp/

     

     

    teamLab Borderless: https://www.baitoru.com/cp/teamlab-borderless/

    Official Website: http://borderless.teamlab.art/jp

    Teaser Trailer: https://youtu.be/y3quanO4bKw

     

  • teamLab to Bring Digital Art Exhibition to GINZA SIX Rooftop

    30.June.2018 | SPOT

    • Ultratechnologists teamLab are taking their Resonating Trees digital art masterpiece to the rooftop garden of GINZA SIX, the biggest shopping complex in Ginza. It will run from August 1 to September 2.

     

    The theme of the work is “Digitized Nature.” Taking place in a 56-meter roof garden, this digital art space combines sound and lights which change and transform as people walk by. This is the first time for this piece to be held in the city and offers people a dreamy experience with the nightscape of Ginza’s streets and buildings as the backdrop.

    The trees lining the garden will be individually lit up with bright and colourful lights. It will seem as if the trees are resonating with each other as they fade in and out of different colour tones. As watchers walk by, the colour tone of a tree will change and transmit to the trees next to them. The changing of colours signifies the presence of people, and in turn teamLab hopes people will become aware of the existence of other living things in the same space.

     

    Experience the latest in cutting-edge digital art technology at GINZA SIX.

     

    ■Information
    teamLab: Resonating Trees in GINZA SIX GARDEN

    Location: GINZA SIX GARDEN, GINZA SIX roof

    Running: August 1, 2018 – September 2, 2018 (*Shops and restaurants closed on August 27)

    Time: Sunset-11:00pm

    Entry: Free

    Event Page: https://www.teamlab.art/jp/e/ginzasixgarden

    Resonating Trees: https://www.teamlab.art/w/resonatingtrees

     

    GINZA SIX
    Address: 6-10-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    Opening Hours: Shops & Cafes (B2F-5F) 10:30am-8:30pm / Restaurants (6F, 13F) 11:00am-11:00pm

    *Business hours different for select shops.

    No Fixed Holidays.

    *Shops and restaurants closed on August 27.

    TEL: 03-6891-3390 (GINZA SIX Information Desk / 10:30am-8:30pm)

    Website: http://ginza6.tokyo/

     

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