Tokyo Art Collective teamLab Brings a Digital Water Show to the Philippines

It's going to be interactive.

(SPOT.ph) teamLab—a Tokyo-based digital art collective that combines art and technology—is known for their interactive and state-of-the-art exhibitions all around the world. On November 22, they're unveiling an interactive water show at Globe Lakeside in Nuvali, Santa Rosa, Laguna. The 30-minute spectacle is free for viewing until November 2020.

Water Screen Digital Show by Shochiku x teamLab in Las Vegas

Viewers can expect works of art projected on a 100-meter wide and 15-meter high waterscreen display that's made interactive through the teamLab mobile application. Imagine contributing to a massive art piece just by fiddling around with your phone; and interacting not only with the display, but also with the people around you.

Water Scrolls: Genpei Yashima Battle (artist rendering) teamLab / website

Interactive Fishing Party: Spin your Fishing Reel - Water Screen (artist rendering) teamLab / website
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"One of our goals in Ayala Land is to always find ways to give back and spread cheer to the community. From our signature light and sound show, art fairs, wellness and other community events across our estate developments, we continuously think about how we can create new and memorable experiences for the whole family, especially this holiday season," said Cathy Bengzon, Ayala Land Corporate Brand and Estate Group Marketing Head, in a statement.

Nuvali teamLab Water: Interactive Water Show opens on November 22 at Globe Lakeside, Nuvali, Santa Rosa, Laguna. The 30-minute show runs from 6 p.m to 9 p.m., from Friday to Saturday. Admission is free. For more information, follow Nuvali on Facebook.

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