A new home for the Queensland Ballet is not only aesthetically beautiful but filled with every amenity to help support and encourage the dancers and the dance.
You know some of them, you’ve heard of others, and you definitely need to know the rest. Here are our 10 most fascinating (and most-shared) interviews and profile features of 2018!
It’s been a busy year for the Japanese collective. We chatted with Toshiyuki Inoko and Takashi Kudo of teamLab about Singapore, digital art and the way their team works.
teamLab’s permanent exhibition at ArtScience Museum Future World: Where Art Meets Science will unveil ten new artworks that promise a renewed magical experience tomorrow. See the preview!
520 computers, 470 projectors, 10,000 square metres of space – a new digital art museum in Tokyo by teamLab and Mori Building presents an unprecedented world of complex spaces.
How do you design a creative office for a fast-growing digital business in the age of information? In Cubes 87 teamLab Architects blur the boundary between the virtual and the tangible for DMM.com.
The Glass Rotunda at the National Museum of Singapore has reopened with two new permanent installations that revisit history from a new perspective.
ArtScience Museum’s first-ever permanent exhibition is an experiential destination with 15 high-tech digital artworks by Japanese art collective teamLab. Stephanie Peh writes.
Presented by Ikkan Art International, Moving Light, Roving Sight explores art through the medium of digital technology. Luo Jingmei reviews the exhibition and hears from art collective teamLab’s founder Toshiyuki Inoko about this dynamic art genre.