Immersed in (Interactive) (Digital) Butterflies

A Japanese installation immerses the viewer in a world of butterflies.
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DJ Pangburnwrites about a Japanese installation that immerses the viewer in a world of butterflies.

"Japanese art collective teamLab has a penchant for placing flowers within their installations, room-sized experiences that often pit immersive digital projections in architecturally-specific settings. For their latest, Flutter Of Butterflies Beyond Borders, teamLab takes over London’s Saatchi Gallery for the STARTArtFair (which opened September 10), pairing virtual flowers with swarms of digital butterflies."

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Read Jacqui Taffel's account of the experience here.

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