Win R500 | Name the Japanese garden set to host a magical digital art exhibit

Asian collective teamLab plans to blur the lines between art, nature and technology in this outdoor space, which is famed for its plum blossoms. Name it and you could win a cash prize

13 December 2020 - 00:00 By Elizabeth Sleith

Blurring the lines between art, nature and technology, teamLab is a Tokyo-based group of artists, architects, designers, programmers and engineers who create digital works that not only immerse the viewer in fantastical worlds of sound and light but are also interactive - visitors are invited to touch them and see how they change - and so challenge the boundary between the artwork and the viewer.

Established in 2001, the group has become extremely popular over the years for their dreamy psychedelic inventions, and have permanent exhibitions in several cities including Tokyo and Shanghai...

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