All good things must come to an end and that spells true even for tourist attractions. Grab this final chance to feast your eyes on the countless artworks of TeamLab Borderless in Odaiba before it formally closes its doors in August 2022.
TeamLab doesn't disappoint patrons as it likewise releases its last springtime exhibition. The springtime installations will filter through new colors and digital artworks highlighting the change in seasons.
If you are one of those interested in catching the sakura-themed illustration, here is a sneak peek at what to expect during your visit in the museum:
When a person stands near a Venetian lamp, it glows brightly and emits a resonating color. The light is the starting point and spreads over the next two lamps. Light from the two closest lamps transmits the same color to the other lamps and spreads continuously.
The cycle of growth and death repeats forever as the flowers spread. When too many flowers grow, they will wilt and scatter all at once. When one touches them, the petals fall.
This artwork installation shows rural mountain landscapes of various heights. The landscape makes the viewer feel eternal permanence, but the landscape is constantly changing in the real-time flow. The rice fields in spring are still small and lush. It begins to ripen in the summer and turns golden in the fall. And over time, the insects and flowers that appear will change. The movement of insects is influenced by the movements and behaviors of humans. And when a person moves, the airflow changes to blow off the rice and petals in various directions.
As visitors walk between the screens, they are covered with flowers, and from the perspective of others, they are in the world of the artwork. In other words, when a visitor is seen by others through the screen, it becomes part of the work not only in the exhibition space but also in the world of the artwork.
The installations are already in place since March 2. Again, as a preventative measure against Covid-19, teamLab Borderless is only admitting half the normal number of visitors each day.
To book your ticket, visit the teamLab Borderless website.