Japanese art collective teamLab have launched a new exhibition ‘A forest where gods live’, which sees a forest in the southwest island of Kyushu brought to life with lights and colourful projections.
The exhibition is in Mifuneyama Rakuen Park, which is surrounded by a forest approximately 80km South West of Fukuoka. During the day, visitors can explore the park as normal. But at night, the park is transformed into another world filled with lights and projections.
Trees and rocks are lit up by lights with ever-changing imagery ranging from blooming flowers, simulated waterfalls and traditional calligraphy.
“In the day time nature may be ignored, but in the night time it becomes artwork.
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