Tag Archives: Thailand

teamLab IsLands: Dance! Art Museum, Learn & Play! Interactive Theme Park (Bangkok, Thailand)

teamLab is an Ultra-technologists group made up of specialists in the information society such as; Programmers, Mathematicians, Architects, CG Animators, Web Designers, Graphic Designers, Artists, Editors and more. teamLab create works through “experimentation and innovation” making the borders between Art, Science, and Technology, more Ambiguous. The exhibition is like a large scale experimental laboratory, the world’s first interactive theme park, where you can learn and have fun at the same time. Visitors will be able to freely explore and experience a variety of artworks from two completely different exhibitions: an art exhibition providing overwhelmingly beautiful spaces, and an amusement park where they will be able to use all their energy by moving their hands and bodies.

ArtFutura 2015: Collective Intelligence

The ArtFutura festival is organized as a network where all the cities involved share a common theme, catalog, website and the same audiovisual program.

ArtFutura 2015 edition will start on November 5th and will arrive to more than 20 cities.

The screenings are programmable over the following six months and the local calendar is defined at the discretion of each center or museum.

Buenos Aires
Mexico DF
Palma (Mallorca)
Punta del Este
Saint Brieuc
Santiago de Chile
Sao Paulo

Liu Dao Exhibitions (Shanghai, Hong Kong, Phuket)

If you are traveling to Shanghai (China), Hong Kong or Phuket (Thailand), be sure to check the exhibition schedule for Liu Dao, one of my favorite collectives.

Liu Dao 六岛 (pinyin: Liù dǎo) is a Shanghai-based art collective of tech-geeks and creative talents driven by innovation and interaction.

The collective produces cutting edge art that constantly contemplates the future of Asia, engages sights and scenes from old and new China and elevates the skills of new talents by working from a communal forum.

Liu Dao’s art is visual, interactive, conceptual, humorous, and somber – but always striking, always involving fresh takes on modern technology, and always the product of collaboration.

Since Liu Dao’s beginning, painters, sculptors, photographers, filmmakers, new media artists, software and digital imaging artists, dancers, writers, engineers and curators have worked together to produce original, intriguing shows.