Dreamy digital world – level 3

12-12-2022 07:00

In 2001, Toshiyuki Inoko started teamLab as an art collective, a place for various experts to experiment.

The experts range from international artists, architects, programmers, and mathematicians; they seek to navigate the convergence of art, science, technology, and the natural world.

To explore the idea to be unconstrained, Toshiyuki opened the world’s first digital art museum in Tokyo, Japan, called teamLab Borderless. From experimentation with interactive installations to steps into water, teamLab has wowed people all over the world in more than 50 cities.

One of the museums is in a forest in southern Japan, and according to Toshiyuki, people can feel the long continuity of life through various artworks. Digital technology has made it possible for artworks to expand physically, and thus, viewers experience the artwork much more directly. Digital technology can also turn nature into art without harm.

Difficult words: convergence (two or more things or ideas together and form a new whole), unconstrain (to not be restricted), installation (an art exhibit in a museum or gallery).

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