Friday, 21 September 2018

Digging The New Digital Art Museum In Tokyo

Otherwise known as the MORI Building Digital Art Museum: EPSON teamLab Borderless. Obviously, apologies to Dr Strangelove.

No matter the name, the place is new and it definitely is cool. What's a digital art museum? Simple answer: a big, dark warehouse covered mostly in dark carpet so digital images can be projected on the walls. Then add some lanterns, balloons, some netting. How about ramps? OK, maybe not a simple answer. Just go.

Lots of rooms with digital projections, dragging you into a netherworld. We're there!

Made to be photographed. Or experienced in 3D.

Here's a room full of lamps that change color based on some sort of algorithm. Sure.

Some of the more creative elements - more "art" in the digital art definition - were found within moving projections. Get your exotic flower animal fix.

An impressive wave room inspired by famed Japanese woodcut genius Hokusai.

Flower explosion. Really hanging out, getting a little close to a scene in the hippie 1960's movie, The Trip.

Trippy Sarah.

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