With original plans to open in January 2020, the teamLab SuperNature Macao exhibition was postponed due to the pandemic outbreak. Now almost half a year later, The Venetian Macao has just announced teamLab's return this June 15. Setting up as a permanent exhibition at The Venetian Macao, teamLab SuperNature is a one-of-a-kind body immersive museum complete with bright lights, flower blossoms, trampoline floors, graffiti forests, interactive slides, and much, much more.
Interactive Digital Installation, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi, teamLab 2020
Spanning across a whopping 5,000 sqm space – with cavernous high ceilings throughout – the exhibition is centred around a complex series of fully immersive artworks, including its signature Infinite Crystal Universe installation, a labyrinth-like digital flower installation, and a whimsical space filled with large, spherical floating lights that change colour with a single tap. Apart from having the chance to fill up your photo album with tons of pictures ready for the 'gram, visitors will also get to experience the world of creativity through digital media, co-creation, as well as physical, interactive activities.
Interactive Installation, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi, teamLab 2018
Having held countless exhibitions across the globe, if you have yet to experience what this Tokyo-based digital art collective has to offer, now’s your chance. Tickets to teamLab SuperNature Macao can be purchased here ($168 for kids aged of 3 to 12; $238 for ages 13 and over). Entry is free for children under three years old.
teamLab SuperNature Macao
Cotai Expo, The Venetian Macao
Opens Monday to Sunday, 10am to 10pm
(last entry 45 minutes before closing)
Interactive Digital Installation, teamLab 2016