Mori Building Co., Ltd. and art collective TeamLab announce that immersivearchiveTeamLab Borderless will officially debut in Tokyo’s Azabudai Hills in early February next year, and two functions will be unveiled for the first time in the world.
The hugely popular immersive museum TeamLab Borderless opened in Odaiba in June 2018. Within a year, it attracted approximately 2.3 million visitors from 160 countries around the world. It will be closed in August 2022 due to relocation and is now being transferred to Transport. The convenient Azabudai Hills are expected to attract more tourists.
TeamLab Borderless, which will open in early February next year, will have two works, “Bubble Universe” and “Megalith Crystal Formation”, which will be unveiled to the world for the first time. They can be seen only in the Azabudai Hills. TeamLab Borderless said it hopes to attract more peopleJapanTokyo is a tourist destination.”
Mori Building Co., Ltd. said that through cooperation with TeamLab, it will create a museum in the center of Tokyo that will attract tourists from all over the world and enhance Tokyo’s attractiveness as an international city.
Among them, “Bubble Universe” is TeamLab’s new art project created with the theme of “survival in the cognitive world”. The performance space is filled with countless areas, and different lights are interconnected inside each area. The work explores cognition and existence, and explores how humans view the world by showing various phenomena present in the environment.
The work “The Formation of Monolithic Crystals” creates a borderless world that is connected in complex ways and constantly changing. Among them, the work titled “Flowers and People” was drawn with a computer program to show the process of continuous birth and death of flowers. Furthermore, the flowers change their shape as visitors approach them, and the paintings seen at this time will never be recreated.
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