Sands Resorts Macao and teamLab have announced the name of their permanent interactive experience at The Venetian Macao. It will be called teamLab SuperNature and is set to open in February 2020.
teamLab has also unveiled some of the exhibits at the immersive digital-only museum. The ‘body immersive’ space will feature artworks that blur the boundaries between the human body and art.
Located within the Venetian Macao’s Cotai Expo Hall F, teamLab SuperNature is currently under construction.
SuperNature will have ‘Future Park’ and ‘Athletics Forest’
A 3D world with constantly-changing artworks, it will have 5,000 square metres of “labyrinthine” floor space with eight-metre-high “cavernous” ceilings.
teamLab SuperNature will also include ‘Future Park’ and ‘Athletics Forest’ areas. Future Park is an educational project and amusement park based on collaborative creation.
Athletics Forest is a creative athletic space where guests can train in spatial awareness.
Artworks and installations at teamLab SuperNature
- The Infinite Crystal Universe
- Mountain of Flowers and People: Lost, Immersed and Reborn
- Expanding Three-Dimensional Existence in Transforming Space Flattening 3 Colors and 9 Blurred Colors, Free Floating
- The Clouds that Self-Organize
- Born From the Darkness a Loving, and Beautiful World
- Continuous Life and Death at the Now of Eternity, Cannot be Controlled but Live Together
- Animals of Flowers Born in the Flower Forest, Symbiotic Lives
Athletic Forest exhibits and installations
- Inverted Globe Graffiti Nature, Red List
- Waterfall Droplets, Little Drops Cause Large Movement
- Multi Jumping Universe
Future Park exhibits and installations
- Sketch Ocean
- A Table where Little People Live
- A Musical Wall where Little People Live
- Sliding through the Fruit Field
- Hopscotch for Geniuses
teamLab SuperNature will also include ‘En Tea House’, which will feature ‘Flowers Bloom in an Infinite Universe inside a Teacup’, as well as ‘Enso – Gold Light’ and ‘Reversible Rotation – Black in White’.
Meanwhile, teamLab Borderless in Tokyo welcomed 2.3 million visitors in its first year, making it the world’s most popular single-artist destination.
teamLab is represented by PaceGallery.
Image: teamLab SuperNature