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The World’s Very First Digital Art Museum Has Opened In Tokyo

The World’s Very First Digital Art Museum Has Opened In Tokyo

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Japanese interdisciplinary art collective, teamLab is famed for its high-concept art pieces that marry the worlds of art, science, technology, design and the natural world. And now – for the first time ever – you can witness all the digital beauty brought to life, at the MORI Building Digital Art Museum in Tokyo.

The teamLab group are creative geniuses, made up of various specialists of their respective fields, like artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians and architects.


The team aims to explore a new relationship between humans and nature, between oneself and the world through art. And what happens when they all collaborate is straight-up astonishing – a masterpiece in technicolour.

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You’ll find the new museum in Tokyo’s Odaiba, packed with 50 digital artworks beaming in a kaleidoscope of colours. The colossal 10,000-square-metre space is the very first digital art museum in the world, with works spread across its five zones, each designed to blur the boundaries between visitor and artwork through interaction.

It’s something you should seriously see for yourself to truly appreciate.

Entry costs ¥3200 (AU$40) and tickets can be purchased via the website.

How To Get There

  • Fly Qantas to Tokyo
  • Take the Tokyo Monorail to Tennozu Isle Station
  • Take the Rinkai Line to Tokyo Teleport Station
  • Walk 650m
  • MORI Building Digital Art Museum – 1 Chome-3-8 Aomi, Tokyo
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(Lead image:teamLab Borderless / Facebook)

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