It seems like yesterday (it was) when I stepped in the dark -at first- then bright and colorful world of TeamLab Borderless, the new mega popular exhibition in Odaiba, Tokyo.
For 3200¥, your ticket will grant you the entrance to this light, music and motion wonderland. From there, it’s up to you to explore the absolutely free premises of TeamLab Borderless. No maps. No hurry. Follow your heart wherever it leads, your path is yours.
TeamLab Borderless is, well, borderless! Its habitants come and go, evolve and interact with you. Everything moves with you or around you. The installations walk around, meet each other and some of them even respond to your touch.
The best part? The place is huge and tickets are limited per day, so despite the popularity you can still enjoy the exhibition comfortably. Mori Building Digital Art Museum is really spacious (and super close to the new life sized Gundam Unicorn)
I jokingly call TeamLab Borderless “an exhibition for the ego” as the number of people taking selfies and pictures of friends is just over the top (and flash photography is forbidden so it’s no easy task). I found that I could enjoy myself around everyone and their cameras and even found some nice spots to shoot my own. Yes some proper portraits too. Almost no selfies. Promise
The place is huge and tickets are limited per day, so despite the popularity you can still enjoy the exhibition comfortably.
TeamLab Borderless is truly a beautiful and uplifting experience that reignited my creativity and made me smile many times.
As for the time and place, here’s all the condensed info.
- TeamLab Borderless
- Where: Mori Building Digital Art Museum, Odaiba, Tokyo.
- From 21st June ~ Permanent.
- Tickets are 3200¥ for adults and 1000¥ for children. Reserve here.
- Open from 11:00 to 21:00 but hours change, please check before going.
Which is or was your favorite exhibition?
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