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Living Digital Space and Future Parks at Pace Gallery

Art | April 29, 2016 |

Living Digital Space and Future Parks at Pace GalleryImage courtesy of Pace Gallery

Living Digital Space and Future Parks at Pace Gallery

Pace Art + Technology, gallery’s new program whose works explore the confluence of art and technology, and teamLab, the renowned Japanese art collective, present Living Digital Space and Future Parks: an immersive and large-scale, site-specific installation and digital playground for all ages. The large-scale installation will invite participants to immerse themselves in the multi-room environments.

 

Living Digital Space and Future Parks at Pace GalleryImage courtesy of Pace Gallery

 

These deeply interactive works are a powerful testament to the advancement of and growing interest in digital art as well as its unique ability to nurture creativity and curiosity through technology. Visitors are encouraged to partake in this digital playground to witness the visually morphing beauty of the 20 immersive works, to explore the associated pioneering and intellectual concepts of these technologists at work, as well as the mesmerizing innovative capabilities at play.

 

Living Digital Space and Future Parks at Pace GalleryImage courtesy of Pace Gallery

 

The teamLab exhibition is a momentous one for Pace’s newly formed Art + Technology program: the content and ambitious scale of the show is emblematic of Pace’s growing nexus between art and technology. Besides, this cooperation is relevant for teamLab too because they hope the universality of creativity, play, exploration and fluidity will seep into the broader conscience.

 

Pace Gallery, Menlo Park (US)
Living Digital Space and Future Parks
Until July 01, 2016

 

more. pacegallery.com

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