TeamLab, a Japanese art and technology studio, is known for its immersive, technology-driven installations, the latest of which transform old bathroom ruins into projected natural-style artwork. The beautiful boulders in the bashi house site are part of A large nighttime exhibition called A Forest Here Gods Live at the 500,000-square-meter Mifuneyama Rakuen park on kyushu island, Japan
Japanese art and tech studio teamLab’s newest installation transforms old bath house ruins with projected, nature-inspired artwork.
The Megaliths in the Bath House Ruins piece is part of a larger nighttime exhibition, A Forest Where Gods Live, at Mifuneyama Rakuen Park on the Japanese island of Kyushu.
The teamLab creatives installed a series of tall “megaliths” that appear to emerge from the floor of the park’s abandoned bath house.
They act as a canvas for protected artwork that changes over time depending on the interaction of visitors in the room.
The nature-inspired artwork visualizes fleeting moments in time.