TeamLab has a new exhibition on at the Pace Gallery in New York, titled 'Ultra Subjective Space.' The installation is meant to be completely immersive for visitors, experimenting with the intersection of technology and art.
Large screens are placed on the walls in various rooms, with a looped video being played of transforming shapes and colors. The installation consists of seven separate works that all work with digital art. One titled Cold Life turns a Japanese character into a tree, with the original character standing for life.
Overall the works allow visitors to completely immerse themselves in a colorful digital world, which is not easy to do in everyday life. The aim is to have each design develop in an organic way, which TeamLab was able to do. Photo Credits: designboom, ultrasubjectivespace
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