Off the heels of teamLab‘s immersive artworks at Singapore’s Jewel Changi Airport, the art collective is back with another round of installations, this time traveling to Mifuneyama Rakuen Park in Kyushu, Japan.
Dubbed “A Forest Where Gods Live,” the exhibition marks the fifth year of its showing and will feature over 19 artworks alongside a number of new pieces. This year’s show will be set throughout the 500,000 square-meter grounds of Mifuneyama Rakuen, a larger scale compared to last year’s exhibit. In line with teamLab’s recurring theme, the exhibition will present a myriad of works that examine the relationship between humans and nature. Featured works like Floating Resonating Lamps, Drawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and Boats, Ever Blossoming Life Rock, Universe of Water Particles on a Sacred Rock and The Floating Tree, to name a few, take form in the shape of interactive nightly illuminations placed amidst the natural landscapes of the vast garden.
The exhibition will be on view from July 12 to November 4 at Mifuneyama Rakuen Park in Kyushu, Japan. Scroll below to see a few videos of the colorful installations.
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teamLab’s annual massive exhibition in nature “teamLab: A Forest Where Gods Live – earth music&ecology” returns to the “heritage” Mifuneyama Rakuen Park in Kyushu’s Takeo Hot Springs. Being held for the fifth time, teamLab’s signature exhibition will be on view again this year from July 12 until November 4 with never-before-seen artworks. @mifuneyamarakuen ・ 2019.7.12 – 2019.11.4 ・ 今年も御船山楽園（九州・武雄温泉）にて「チームラボ かみさまがすまう森 – earth music&ecology」を開催。新作含む19作品以上を展示。2019年7月12日（金）から11月4日（月）まで。 #かみさまがすまう森 #御船山楽園 ・ #AForestWhereGodsLive #チームラボ #teamLab #チームラボ展 ・ #artcollective #art #exhibition #digital #interactive #installation #interactiveart #artinstallation #artexhibition #earthmusicandecology #mifuneyamarakuen #mifuneyama #takeo #saga #kyushu #japan #japantravel #Japantourism #visitjapanjp