teamLab Launches Major Solo Exhibition at San Francisco's Asian Art MuseumSet in an 8,500 square foot pavilion and featuring over a dozen works.
Following its debut of two flame installations in Tokyo, the teamLab digital technologists make their way to the U.S. for one of their largest installations to date. The international art collective based in Tokyo brings its renowned immersive experience to the Asian Art Museum’s newly constructed Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang Pavilion. “teamLab: Continuity” will be the inaugural event for the art exhibition pavilion, the largest in San Francisco.
“At teamLab: Continuity, you will find yourself immersed in a wondrous ecosystem of lush imagery drawn from nature and East Asian art that dynamically evolves around you. Sumptuous images of inky crows and fluorescent flowers, fluttering butterflies and darting fish propel you to wander, to pause, and to marvel,” said the museum in a statement.
The solo exhibition will present over a dozen teamLab works in the 8,500 square foot space, with vivid imagery dancing between rooms and interacting with one another and with guests in a seamless flow. While surrounded by pulsating and transforming digital projections, the show is focused on experiencing the natural world and finding your place within it. Through this encounter, teamLab founder Toshiyuki Inoko encourages visitors to realize that “everything exists in a long, fragile yet miraculous borderless continuity of life.”
Asian Art Museum
200 Larkin St,
San Francisco, CA 94102,
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