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Teamlab: Reversible Rotation

The art collective behind Tokyo's digital art museum is bringing a new immersive work to Melbourne.
By Libby Curran
September 23, 2019
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Teamlab: Reversible Rotation

The art collective behind Tokyo's digital art museum is bringing a new immersive work to Melbourne.
By Libby Curran
September 23, 2019
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Tokyo-based art collective Teamlab — made up of mathematicians, architects, animators and engineers — will take over Tolarno Galleries with a mesmerising installation for this year's Melbourne International Arts Festival.

If you've been lucky enough to visit Teamlab's Digital Art Museum in Tokyo — or see countless Instagram Stories from your friends who have been — you'll know what to expect. This new work, titled Reversible Rotation, will be a four-screen work featuring sculptures of light and "cascades of shimmering luminescence", which will make you feel as though you're standing on a floating wave of light.

Unlike Teamlab's museum in Tokyo, entry to this exhibition will be free. However, like the Tokyo museum, we anticipate there will be lines. You can't book, so rock up early and be prepared for a wait — the gallery will be open from 10am–5pm weekdays and 1–5pm on Saturdays.

Image: Borderless, Teamlab. 

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