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TeamLab latest exhibition celebrates 180th anniversary of Kairakuen Garden

The exhibition places egg-shaped devices that emit light that resonates to other ovoids and to the tree surrounding it, creating a multi-coloured, everchanging canvas.
The exhibition places egg-shaped devices that emit light that resonates to other ovoids and to the tree surrounding it, creating a multi-coloured, everchanging canvas.
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26 Jan 2022 05:01:21 GMT9
26 Jan 2022 05:01:21 GMT9

Shams El-Mutwalli Dubai

TeamLab’s latest exhibition, Digitized Kairakuen Garden 2022, scheduled to open on Feb 1 invites visitors to tour the 1841 garden and interact with the art that involves colour changing lights, priced at $16 per ticket, and $7 for students.

According to teamLab’s website “Kairakuen Garden was created at the end of the Edo Period (1842), incorporating the surrounding scenery into its composition. The garden was designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty and is considered to be one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan alongside Kenrokuen Garden in Kanazawa and Korakuen Garden in Okayama. In 2022, the garden will celebrate its 180th anniversary.”

The exhibition highlights the garden’s 3,000 plum trees that come in 100 different varieties and explore how “nature can become art” according to their website.

The exhibition places egg-shaped devices that emit light that resonates to other ovoids and to the trees surrounding it, creating a multi-coloured, everchanging canvas.

“teamLab: Digitized Kairakuen Garden will transform this garden, where various types of plum trees bloom in spring, into an interactive art space that changes due to the presence of people,” according to their website.

As part of this exhibition, visitors can also explore and experience other interactive shows like the Walk, Walk, Walk- Moso Bamboo Forest, Life is Continuous Light-Plum Trees, among others.

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