While it’s technically a part of teamLab Planets, this new creation is completely free to see if you’re in Toyosu. ‘Universe of Water Particles Falling from the Sky’ is a digital waterfall reminiscent of teamLab Borderless’s ‘Universe of Water Particles on a Rock where People Gather’ – the falling water changes its flow based on the viewer’s proximity to the art. The digital waterfall is expected to be on display until the teamLab Planets exhibition ends, which is currently slated for the end of 2022.
Tsukiji Market, Sensoji Temple and Shibuya Crossing are probably already on your Tokyo to-do list – but don’t forget about teamLab. While the art collective showcases its works all over the world, its two museums in Tokyo are a must-see: Mori Building Digital Art Museum: teamLab Borderless in Odaiba and teamLab Planets in Toyosu.
However, if you need a bit more convincing before shelling out ¥3,200 for the museum entry, you’re in luck – Tokyo is also home to plenty of free public art created by teamLab. Here’s where to find these hidden teamLab pieces, from a ritzy Ginza department store to Tokyo Skytree.
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