[Team Lab]
Team Lab, a solo exhibition at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa “Team Lab An Immortal Flower Floating in the Eternal Sea”. From August 9, 2019 to Sunday, September 1 2019

Team lab Team Lab, solo exhibition at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa From August 9, 2019 to Sunday, September 1 2019 ………………………………………………………………………………………… Team Lab will hold a solo exhibition “Team Lab: An Immortal Flower Floating in the Sea of ​​Eternity” at the Contemporary Art Museum “Kanazawa 21st Century Museum” in Ishikawa Prefecture and Kanazawa City. The exhibition period is from August 9 (Fri) to September 1 (Sun).
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The exhibition is an installation of one continuous wave “Black Waves: Lost and born and born” and a space that continues to be transformed under the influence of the visitor’s behavior “Continuous life and death in the eternal present, you can not control However, beginning with “live together”, the book “Employee” written in the space rotates in the work space “Inverted indiscriminately-Black in White”, flowers drawn by the visitors are born on the wall and crowded We will exhibit the “Graffiti Flowers Bumming” spread. In this exhibition, team labs change the boundaries between themselves and others into continuous ones as people become part of the work with others and blend in, and there is no boundary between us and the world I want to explore new relationships. Exhibition Details: www.teamlab.art/jp/e/kanazawa21/
【Displayed work】
Black Waves: Lost and Born Black Waves: Lost, Immersed and Reborn teamLab, 2019, Digital Installation, Continuous Loop, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi
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www.teamlab.art/jp/w/blackwaves_lost_immersed_and_reborn/ One continuous wave installation (the waves are all connected in series like a single stroke in the exhibition space). People become part of the work with others, and blend in, changing the boundaries between themselves and others into continual ones, and searching for new boundaries without boundaries between us and the world. In the space on the computer, we simulate the movement of water on three dimensions and construct waves. Water is expressed as a continuum of innumerable water particles, and the interaction between particles is calculated. Then, a line is drawn by the behavior of water particles, and a line is drawn on the surface of the wave in three dimensions. Then, a set of three-dimensionally drawn lines is flattened into an image work by the “super-subjective space” considered by team labs. In pre-modern Japanese painting, water such as rivers and oceans is often expressed as a set of lines. And, the set of lines feels a sense of life somewhere like a living thing. For the people of premodern age, the world might have actually been seen like classical Japanese paintings (a collection of lines that look like creatures in the case of rivers and the sea etc.) . “Why did the pre-modern people behave as if they felt life in the river and the sea itself?” And “Why do they behave as if they were part of nature as well? It feels like the hint to the question “is it?” In those pictorial expressions. If the wave of this work is more than the real wave cut with a video camera, the sense of entering the world of work, such as the border between the viewer and the world of work, is more bold. For example, if you feel that the set of lines is a living thing, and you experience as if the viewers are in love with the waves, it will be generated from the pre-modern Japanese “look of the world” The connection with “the behavior to the world” comes to light. Nature is not the object of observation, and the behavior as if it was considered as “oneself is also a part of nature” is simply that how people once viewed are part of nature such as rivers and oceans It may be because it looks like a living thing, and it looks easy to let even a part of nature get jealous. In other words, I think that it may not be because it was a view that was likely to be a sense that there is no boundary between nature and oneself. Continuous life and death in the eternal present, I can not control, but live together Continuous Life and Death at the Now of Eternity, Can not be Controlled But Live Together teamLab, 2019, Interactive Digital Installation, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi
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www.teamlab.art/jp/w/continuous_life_and_death/ In the flow of real time, flowers are born, budded, bloomed, eventually scattered, withered and dead. Flowers will repeat birth and death forever. The work world brightens with the sunrise of the place where the work is placed, and it gets dark with the sunset. And, throughout the year, the blossoming flowers are changing. Flowers are scattered and dead when people touch it, and when they keep touching, flowers in the vicinity are born and bloom more than usual. The works continue to be drawn in real time by computer programs. It does not mean that the prerecorded video is played back. As a whole, the former state continues to be transformed while being influenced by people’s behavior without being replicated. Now the picture of this moment can not be seen again. Reversing no distinction-Black in White Reversible Rotation-Black in White teamLab, 2018, Digital Installation, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi
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www.teamlab.art/jp/w/reversible-blackinwhite/ The written blanks are all rotated in the same direction in the work space, but depending on consciousness, they become counterclockwise and also counterclockwise. An empty book is a book written in space. The three-dimensional reconstruction of space, such as the depth, speed, and strength of power possessed by the ink marks of the book, is performed with a new interpretation. Graffiti Flowers Boming Graffiti Flowers Bombing teamLab, 2018, Interactive Digital Installation, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi
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www.teamlab.art/jp/w/graffiti-flowers-bombing/ The flowers that people drew on paper are born on the wall, and grow and spread. These flowers are born, bloom, scatter and die as people draw. As it scatters, the flower itself draws a new line by the locus of petals. Flowers are born more than usual when people put their hands on the wall, and scatter when they move them.
【Overview of held】
Team Lab Immortal Flower Floating in the Sea of ​​Eternity www.teamlab.art/jp/e/kanazawa21/ # TeamLab # teamLab # 21st Century Museum of Art Period: August 9 (Fri) to September 1 (Sun), 2019 Venue: 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa Citizens Gallery A, B (1-2-1 Hirosaka, Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture) Hours: 10: 00-18: 00 (20:00 on Friday and Saturday) Closed day: None access: About 10 minutes by bus from JR Kanazawa Station Bus Terminal Kenrokuenguchi (East Exit), 3rd and 6th, get off at the “Hirosaka 21st Century Museum of Art”. About 10 minutes by bus from Kenrokuen Exit 8-10 and getting off at “Korinbo” (in front of Atrio), about 5 minutes on foot. <Town bus (only on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays) About 20 minutes from JR Kanazawa Station Bus Terminal East Exit No. 5 and getting off at "Kanazawa 21st Century Museum-Kenrokuen" (Mayumi Sakaguchi) About 20 minutes from JR Kanazawa Station Bus Terminal East Exit No.7, get off at “Hirosaka 21st Century Museum (Ishiura Shrine)” About 10 minutes from JR Kanazawa Station Bus Terminal East Exit No. 6 and getting off at “Hirosaka 21st Century Museum of Art” Price: Adults (high school students and above): 2,200 yen Dwarf (4 years old or older, junior high school student or less): 1,000 yen ※ 3 years old or younger free ※ We are planning to release tickets in early June. ※ Ticket is planning date designation ticket. Organized by: Team Lab Involuntary flowers floating in the eternal sea Executive Committee Sponsored by: 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
[Kanazawa Art Creation Foundation]
Special Sponsor: Seven Tickets Supported by: Ishikawa Prefecture, Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefectural Art Culture Association, abn Nagano Asahi Broadcasting, FM Ishikawa, Radio Kanazawa, Radio Komatsu, Radio Nana Kanazawa Cable (scheduled) Representative Phone: Team Lab In permanent flower floating in the eternal sea Executive Committee Secretariat (within Kitakuni Shimbun Business Bureau) 076-260-3581 (10:00 to 18:00 on weekdays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays)
【Team Lab / teamLab】
Art Collective. Activities started in 2001. A multidisciplinary ultra-technicist group seeking a crossroads of art, science, technology, design and the natural world through collective creation. It consists of specialists in various fields, such as artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians and architects. TeamLab wants to explore new relationships between humans and nature, and between itself and the world, through art. Digital technology has freed art from matter and made it possible to cross boundaries. We believe that there is no boundary between ourselves and nature, and between ourselves and the world. Each other exists in each other. Everything is miraculously at risk for long, long, endless continuity of life. “Team Lab Dancing! Art Exhibition and Learning! Future Amusement Park” (2014) visited by 470000 people, “Milan Expo 2015” Japan Pavilion, Silicon Valley, Taipei, London, Paris, New York, China, Holding permanent exhibitions and art exhibitions in Singapore and other countries. Permanently set up “Mori Building Digital Art Museum: Epson Team Lab Borders” in Odaiba, Tokyo. We are holding “Team Lab Planets TOKYO DMM.com”, a huge immersive space in Toyosu, Tokyo until the fall of 2020. “TeamLab: Universe of Water Particles in the Tank” will be held at TANK Shanghai (Shanghai, China) until August 24, 2019. TeamLab’s works include the New South Wales State Art Museum (Sydney, Australia), the South Australia State Art Museum (Adelaide, Australia), the San Francisco Asia Art Museum (San Francisco), Asia Society (New York), Bolsan Contemporary Art, The collection is permanently stored in the collection (Istanbul, Turkey), the Victoria National Museum (Melbourne, Australia), and Amos Rex (Helsinki, Finland). Team Lab: teamlab.art/jp/ Instagram: instagram.com/teamlab_news/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/teamLab.inc twitter: https://twitter.com/teamLab_news YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/teamLabART teamLab is represented by Pace Gallery.
[Kanazawa 21st Century Museum of Art]
www.kanazawa21.jp/


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