Described as “Tokyo’s most Instagrammable spot“, the Mori Building Digital Art Museum is quickly becoming one of Japan’s most popular destinations. It opened in June of this year, and it uses 10,000 square meters, 520 computers and 470 projectors to create a multisensory interactive experience.
The art inside the museum is free moving and ever changing. Stand in one spot, and you will never experience the same thing two times in a row – the dynamic installations are in constant flow. The exhibits transition from one room to another, and none of them are ever played on loop. Not only that, but your mere presence will transform the digital art all around you. You are encouraged to touch, disrupt or add to the art, which allows it to always evolve based on its ability to ‘smart learn’.
‘Artworks move out of the rooms freely, form connections and relationships with people, communicate with other works, influence and sometimes intermingle with each other’, says teamLab.
The museum has five sections: Borderless World, Athletics Forest, Future Park, Forest of Lamps and the En Tea house, and you are encouraged to move at your own pace, and explore freely, as there are no set paths inside the museum, no maps or signs.
Enjoy the gallery below!