SUSHISAMBA continues its quest to celebrate the best and the brightest that the world of art has to offer. As we’ve shared, art is in our DNA.

So when we hear about cool art collectives like Toyko-based teamLab, we get excited.
Formed in 2001, teamLab taps a range of digital professionals — think programmers, engineers, CG animators, graphic designers and more – to create mind-boggling art that reframes technology in an interactive, spectacular way.

While its roots are in Tokyo, teamLab’s work travels the globe: if you’re in Silicon Valley, you can check out Living Digital Space and Future Parks, which is defined as an “immersive and large-scale, site-specific installation and digital playground for all ages.” You’ll find the exhibit at the Pace Gallery in Menlo Park through December, 2016.

If you’re in the middle of America, check out teamLab at the Dayton Ohio Art Institute’s Water in Japanese Art exhibit, where their monumental digital waterfall is a major draw. For a peek of teamLab’s interactive style, check out this CNN video.

And if you’re lucky enough to be in Japan, check out all of their exhibitions here!