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Colorful Light Art Installation Illuminate An Abandoned Japanese Bath House

With the appearance of crystallized gems springing forth from the ground, these light art installations which project scenes from nature have lit up an abandoned Japanese bath house in Mifuneyama Rakuen Park on the island of Kyushu. These megaliths were created by teamLab.

“The bath house was made in modern times, but after just a short period, it was abandoned, becoming a space-time where time had stopped completely,” says teamLab. “And this group of megaliths is also a mass made up of compressed space-times where the flow of time varies. Here, various space-times intersect and overlap.”
From blooming and withering flowers to cascading waterfalls, the nature-inspired artwork visualizes fleeting moments in time. If a person visiting the exhibition stands still at the Flowers and People megaliths, the flowers grow more abundantly. However, as they move away, they start to fade and wither.

Check out more of the project on teamLab's website.

-via My Modern Met

(Image credit: teamLab)

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