Shams El-Mutwalli Dubai
Japanese art collective teamLab have opened yet another immersive exhibition to the public, titled ‘Walk, Walk, Walk Home’ that will be displayed until June 27.
Displayed at Ginza 456, visitors can book a slot online to participate in the exhibit where they will need to put pencil to paper and colour in templates provided of different characters.
The art pieces completed by visitors will then be displayed digitally walking through a forest. This has opened the door for many participants worldwide to take part by tuning into the exhibition’s live stream on YouTube.
teamLab have gone the extra mile by giving people access to art from the comforts of their home and invite them to “decorate your home by turning your television into art,” their official website states.
Their website gives visitors an option to “draw your character” which redirects to templates of the characters that can be coloured at home.
This exhibition aims to send a message that “the novel coronavirus has forced the world to become more isolated, causing people to become confined to their homes. KDDI and teamLab have started this project to celebrate the fact that our existence is connected to the world through the power of “communication” and “creativity,” their official website shares.