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Kairakuen Garden is an extremely significant Japanese Garden. In fact, it is considered one of the
The interactive nature of teamLab’s installation at the garden means that the artwork will only further enhance the strolling experience. The exhibit also highlights the iconic plum trees found there, as the springtime installation period means many of the 100 species of plum blossom trees will be in full bloom. This is especially relevant as time plays such an important conceptual role in the installation. “The form and shapes of nature have been created over many years and have been molded by the interactions between people and nature. We can perceive this long duration of time in these shapes of nature themselves. By using the shapes, we believe we can explore the boundary in our perception of the long continuity of time.”
Visitors can see the teamLab: Digitized Kairakuen Garden installation in Mito, Ibaraki from February 13, 2021, through March 21, 2021.
TeamLab’s Digitized Kairakuen Garden installation seeks to explore how “nature can become art.”
The kaiyū style garden is designed for strolling, which makes it a perfect site for teamLab’s moving interactive digital installation.