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teamLab Unveils Plans to Open Immersive Art Museum in Macao

The untitled institution is set to open in January 2020.

International art collective teamLab has recently announced plans to open an immersive art museum inside The Venetian Macao. The 5,000 square meter space will be set up like a maze, leading visitors through various rooms filled with the group’s digital installations.

teamLab will fill the currently untitled permanent museum with ever-changing artworks reflective of their mission to create digital pieces that connect viewers with nature. The collective describes the space as a “body immersive” museum that will challenge the concept of “physical,” blurring the boundaries between the human body and art. As visitors walk through the space and experience the installations, teamLab hopes they will feel unified with the art.

Along withe the announcement, teamLab has shared a video preview of the space that teases a variety of immersive installations, including massive rooms filled with full projections of stars and flowers in conjunction with the studio’s main body of work, as well as more physical experiments like indoor clouds.

There is currently little information available on the upcoming space’s landing page, but it has been confirmed that the space is currently under construction inside The Venetian Macao, and plans to open it in January 2020 with all new artworks are in place. Museum hours and admission prices will be announced later this year.

Elsewhere in art, take an exclusive look inside Hebru Brantley’s monumental “NEVERMORE PARK” exhibition in Chicago.

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