Amos Rex

Immerse yourself in Helsinki’s alternative reality space

Amos Rex’s inaugural exhibit by Japanese art collective teamLab takes visitors on an immersive journey through water, light, creatures, and flowers.

[↑] teamLab: Massless features five digital artworks created by digital projection and an LCD screen-based display. Amos Rex is a 2,200 square-metre underground gallery space in the heart of Helsinki.

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[↑] Vortex of Light Particles is teamLab’s newest digital installation and features in Amos Rex’s largest space, which is a vast domed roof underneath a courtyard. The movement of a waterfall being sucked up by a vortex  creates the light and sound installation.

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[↑] Tokyo-based teamLab liberates the physical from the digital in its multimedia artwork titled Massless.Through digitally rendered representations of natural phenomena, viewers engage with art and nature.

[↑] In Black Waves, a sea of crashing waves is simulated by a computer generated three-dimensional space. Visitors immerse themselves in a continuous loop of waves in water accompanied by chill piano music.

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[↑] Visitors to this active ecosystem of plants and animals are immersed into a psychedelic maze. Graffiti Nature is based on projections of creatures that grow and vanish, and react to guests walking through the space or touching the walls with their hands.

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[↑] The real-time installation of Crows is an intense and fast-moving look at a flock of birds. Accompanied by dizzying music, crows crash into each other, scatter, and then turn into flowers.

Text Shelly Nyqvist
Photos Jasmin Rauha


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