teamlab immerses visitors in an interactive floating flower garden teamlab immerses visitors in an interactive floating flower garden
mar 24, 2015

teamlab immerses visitors in an interactive floating flower garden

teamlab immerses visitors in an interactive floating flower garden
all images courtesy of teamlab

 

 

 

visitors to tokyo’s miraikan national museum of emerging science and innovation may find themselves immersed in a kinetic maze of botanical life, comprised of more than 2,300 suspended flowers blooming in a vast white space. the installation by teamlab invites exhibition viewers to experience ‘floating flower garden’ as a place of both interaction and tranquility, enveloped in a thick abundance of delicate pink petals and lush greenery.

 

as entrants to the expanse move closer to the flower-filled space, the colorful blossoms most near to the viewer rise upwards, slowly, all at once, creating a hemispherical space surrounding them. this ephemeral void is constantly evolving and changing position with each movement within the exhibition and, if many people move closer to one another, the dome spaces link up to form one single, massive cavity.

 

 


floating flower garden
video courtesy of TEAMLABNET

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more than 2,000 blossoms surround exhibition entrants

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the exhibition at tokyo’s miraikan national museum of emerging science and innovation

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colorful flowers and lush greenery are suspended from the ceiling

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the space is envisioned as a site of both interaction and tranquility

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as visitors move within the site, a kinetic force slowly moves the flowers up and down

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entering the space and prompting the flowers to rise upwards towards the ceiling

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the entrance of the exhibition ‘floating flower garden’

 

from september 4 – september 8, 2015, teamlab presents ‘floating flower garden’ for maison et objet 2015 at paris nord villepinte exhibition centre.

  • On dirait bien que le paradis sur terre existe. Quelle belle exposition, j’aimerais tant la visiter!!

    2moiselles says:

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