Infinity of Flowers

teamLab, 2014, Interactive digital installation, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

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Infinity of Flowers

teamLab, 2014, Interactive digital installation, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

This is an art installation that depicts flowers of Tokyo blooming in an infinitely expanding space.


The work is not a pre-recorded image that is played back; it is based on a computer program that continuously generates the work in real time.
Within the artwork, the flowers are first born, they then grow, bud, and bloom; and before long, they scatter, wither, and fade away. In other words, the flowers can be seen to be born and disappear over and over for eternity.


Additionally, if a person touches the artwork the flowers start to dance in unison.


Overall, the flowers never reach a state previously shown before, and since they are also influenced by the behavior of the viewers, the artwork continuous changes in appearance.
What you can see right now will never be repeated again in the future.