Amazing opportunities in Tokyo to explore and engage with art and one’s environment.
In a leap for interactive art environments, Team Lab, a collaborative of Japanese artists, has put together a fascinating and bizarre collection of works in a 3,000-square-meter space in Tokyo. The pieces are truly responsive: visitors impact and shape the ever-changing works in real-time.
In the Dance of Koi and People – Infinity, visitors wade up to their calves through a shallow pool surrounded by mirrors, creating the effect of being in an infinite space. As visitors walk through the water, underwater lights that mimic koi fish dart by.
According to the artists, the “trajectory of the koi is determined by the presence of people, and these trajectories trace lines on the surface of the water.” The even-more amazing part: “When the koi collide with people, they turn…
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