Finally had the chance to check out teamLab Borderless. It was amazing! If you’re ever in Japan, you definitely need to add this on your list of places to go.
📍: teamLab Borderless, Odaiba 💴: 3200円
Definitely one of the highlights of my trip to Japan, Team Lab Borderless was an immersive experience unlike any other. The intuitive displays and motion sensored lights give life to otherwise inanimate objects. Inside the installation space is a tea house offering delicious green teas (this one with honey and yuzu). Once offered, light images appear on the cups of tea resembling blooming flowers from inside the cup. These then explode into hundreds of petals each time you take a sip. #teamlabborderless#teamlab#greentea#installationart#tokyo#japan#japanesefood#foodphotography#travelasia#traveltheworld
아 자연이 아닌 기술이 인간에게 이렇게까지 감동을 전할 수 있다니..
생각지 못하게 너무 벅찬 감정을 느꼈고 그 사실이 또 한번 놀라웠다.
사진으로도 다 담을 수 없고 영상으로도 다 표현이 안되는 공간.
그 순간 그 공간 속에서 헤메면서, 눈으로 보고 귀로 듣고 내 걸음으로 느껴야만이 오롯이 그 감동을 느낄 수 있다. .
우리의 미래와 현재에 대해 정말 많이 느끼고 생각해볼 수 있는 전시
. #teamlabborderless#출장이이렇게좋다고 ? #애드아스트라생각나#이것은모방된자연일까
"In premodern Japanese painting, oceans, rivers, and other bodies of water were expressed as a series of lines. These lines give the impression of life, as though water was a living entity. This form of expression leads us to question why premodern people sensed life in rivers and oceans. If we regard ourselves as a part of nature, and consider nature not just as something to be observed, we might join premodern people in perceiving rivers and oceans as living entities. This is a way of seeing the world that lures us in and allows us to feel that there is no boundary between ourselves and nature."