30/10/2017
So futuristic.

Words by

Bailey Jones

Japanese art collective teamLab is coming to Powerhouse Museum in Sydney. 

Featuring eight interactive light installations, the collective's exhibition Future Park brings together science and imagination to allow visitors to create collaborative artworks. The exhibition will become an immersive playground for adults and children, with works changing in real time as they respond to human interaction.

Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences Director and CEO Dolla Merrillees describes the works as, “awe-inspiring digital installations that walk a tightrope between art, technology and design.” 

Make music with 'Light Ball Orchestra', create animals and their habitats with 'Graffiti Nature' and generate your own utopia with 'Sketch Town'

This promises to be an experiential outing that you won’t want to miss. 

Premiering on November 24 and running until April 30, you have plenty of time to be immersed in the imaginings of teamLab. 

maas.museum/event/future-park

teamLab Future Park exhibition
Powerhouse Museum
500 Harris Street, Ultimo
Friday November 24 -  Monday April 30

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