When one mentions a teamLab exhibition, the minds of people in design and art lovers immediately go toward immersive, life-sized and digitally based installations. The experienced Tokyo creative collective has truly made strides within the parameters of the contemporary art community as it attempts to transport the nature of artistic expression into the tech-dependent period of the 21st-century.
This particular teamLab exhibition took place at the Pace Gallery in Palo Alto, California. The works saw the "display [of] a floral animation in an infinite loop." The theme, inspiration, and message can be quite easily inferred from the ecological context of today.
The teamLab exhibition is dubbed 'Continuous Life and Death at the Now of Eternity,' highlighting the rather poetic approach that the Japanese interdisciplinary collective undertakes with its immersive digital art installations.
Floral Screen-Based Digital Art
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