teamLab Planets is a museum where you walk through water and a garden where you become one with the flowers. There are a total of nine artworks, including four massive exhibition spaces and two gardens.
By immersing the entire body with other people in these massive body immersive artworks, the boundary between the body and the artwork dissolves, the boundaries between the self, others, and the world become continuous, and we explore a new relationship without boundaries between ourselves and the world.
In the event of light rain, the artwork will remain open to the public. In the event of typhoon-level winds or heavy rain, the artwork will not be viewable.
With sunrise, the ovoids begin to reflect the world around them. When pushed down by a person or blown by the wind, the ovoids fall back and then rise, releasing a resonating tone. The ovoids around it also respond one after another, continuing to resonate with the same tone.
As the sun sets, the ovoids shine by themselves. When an ovoid is pushed by a person or blown by the wind, it falls down and then rises, a sound resonates out, and it emits a light color specific to the sound. The ovoids around it also respond one after another, making the same tone sound, and emitting the same light color that continues to resonate out.
The ovoids begin to flicker slowly when the wind is quiet and people do not push them. Because the ovoid colors are produced by light, it is possible for them to change into 61 different solidified light colors.
The new Garden Area opens today at “teamLab Planets TOKYO” in Toyosu, Tokyo. “teamLab Planets” becomes a museum where you walk through water, and a garden where you become one with the flowers.
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