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Mori Building Digital Art Museum teamLab Borderless

By Weekender Editor

As the name implies, this new museum is a collaboration between the urban developer Mori Building and the digital art collective teamLab. The latter has been known for its colorful and mesmerizing exhibitions that use the latest in digital technology to engage with museumgoers, and this new 10,000 square meter space in Odaiba is the collective’s first permanent exhibition, and also serves as teamLab’s flagship location. The key term is “borderless,” and organizers hope that museumgoers will be able to interact with the digital art in exciting new ways, and by doing so, tear down the borders between separate artworks, between art and viewers, and even between viewers themselves. Read our full review here.

Early bird tickets for this sensational digital art museum are available now through July 31, 2018. High school student tickets are also available.

How Much: Early Bird: Adults ¥2,400, Children (under 15) ¥1,000

Regular: Adults ¥3,200, Children ¥1,000

Address: Odaiba Palette Town, 1-3-8 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo

Website: borderless.teamlab.art   

Tel: 03-5379-5668

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