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Japan’s Mifuneyama Rakuen Park has sprouted a ‘forest’ of glowing monuments as part of the latest interactive exhibition from arts collective Teamlab.

Monolithic ruins are embedded in the ground of the Kyushu park’s abandoned bathhouse, acting as a 3D canvas for digital projections. These colourful artworks follow the lifecycle of flowers as they blossom and decay, and are continuously rendered by a digital programme based on the movement of visitors.

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Explains the collective: ‘Every moment is unique and can never be seen again’.

TeamLab’s signature digital waterfalls also feature in the exhibition, titled A forest where gods live, flowing down rock formations in the park while the tree canopy is also set aglow.

The exhibition is on show until 4 November 2019.

'A forest where gods live' - teamLab
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'A forest where gods live' - teamLab
Courtesy teamLab
'A forest where gods live' - teamLab
Courtesy teamLab

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