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teamLab: What a Loving, and Beautiful World Saturday 10 December 2016 to Sunday 05 February 2017 Exhibition QUAD Derby Dates & time: Sat 10th December 2016 - Sun 5th February 2017, 11am-5pm Late … Read More
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teamLab: What a Loving, and Beautiful World
Saturday 10 December 2016 to Sunday 05 February 2017
Exhibition QUAD Derby
Dates & time: Sat 10th December 2016 - Sun 5th February 2017, 11am-5pm
Late Night Openings: Thursdays 12th, 19th & 26th January and 2nd February, until 9pm

Cost: FREE

Location: QUAD Gallery

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“Lose yourself in teamLab's immersive lightworks. Outside on solid ground, real-world Japan takes some adjusting to. It's quite easy to leave your mind behind amid the make-believe, where time, space and worry are dropped and imagination roams free” - Elly Parsons, Wallpaper

The Japanese interdisciplinary creative collective teamLab are ‘Ultra-technologists' who produce large-scale immersive installations that utilise the latest computer modelling techniques to create stunning interactive visual art experiences. Their 3-screen sublime interactive, computer generated immersive installation, What a Loving, and Beautiful World, will premiere in the UK as an exhibition in QUAD Gallery, Derby.

teamLab are at the forefront of innovative contemporary digital art worldwide, they are a unique collaboration that consists of over 400 members - including visual artists, computer scientists, mathematicians, CG animators, web designers, roboticists, educators, architects, and engineers of all kinds. Their aim is to achieve a balance between art, science, technology and creativity. They are known for their abundant use of natural motifs, vivid colours, participatory and socially engaged ideas alongside references to traditional Japanese culture. In many of their works the boundaries between the artwork and the viewer are blurred, which leads to audiences becoming part of the artwork itself. Find out more about them at http://www.team-lab.net

What a Loving, and Beautiful World (2011), is a 3-screen installation of projected computer generated artworks which will immerse audiences in a stunning interactive art experience in QUAD Gallery. The installation features twenty-two Sino-Japanese characters by the calligrapher Shishū which cascade down from ceiling to floor. The artwork is activated either by touch or by shadows which transform the images into new motifs associated with the meanings of the characters—mostly inspired by nature such as the sun, moon, water, trees and birds. As these images and the viewers interact with one another, more forms emerge that transform into and ever-evolving installation landscape. Sound is also triggered and transformed by audience interaction which ultimately generates a rich multi-sensory experience that is dependent upon the actions of visitors in the gallery and never repeats itself.

QUAD Gallery is open daily from 11am – 5pm Monday - Saturday,
12 noon – 5pm Sundays. QUAD is closed Christmas Day & New Year’s Day.

The exhibition is free to view. Watch a video clip here.

Late Night Openings
Thursdays 12th, 19th & 26th January and 2nd February 2017, 5pm – 9pm

Images by Charlotte Jopling.

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