teamLab is a team of “ultra-technologists” that consists of designers, programmers, engineers and visionaries. They collaborate on projects and are heavily influenced by Japanese Art and anime and create artwork like no other. Their latest interactive exhibit, Living Digital Space and Future Parks, is on exhibition in Menlo Park through July 1st, 2016 (Extended to December 18, 2016). Your senses will be in for a treat as you walk from room to room and are immersed with dazzling lights and moving digital displays. It’s truly wild to see natural life, such as plants and water, be visualized digitally while still keeping their organic essence in mind.
We strongly recommend visiting this exhibit before it leaves the Bay Area in July. Take some time at each display because it will move and change. PACE Gallery is accessible for all ages and includes a children’s exhibit, which we found to be tons of fun! Kids (and adults!) can draw pictures, scan them in and see them transformed to 3-D. Don’t forget to take a hop, skip and a jump on their digital hopscotch board!
We hope you enjoy our photos from the exhibit, but you’ll have to see for yourself to truly experience it. We recommend visiting on a weekday to avoid crowds and get the most out of your time there. The gallery is open Tuesday – Sunday 11am-7pm. Tickets may be purchased on site, however, advanced purchases are highly recommended as capacity can be reached.