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Come and Experience Jakarta’s Biggest Interactive Art Exhibition

Jakarta Future Park

Jakarta’s biggest interactive art exhibition has landed, courtesy of teamLab Future Park.

The project is the culmination of a collaboration between Sorak Gemilang Entertainment (SGE) Live from Indonesia and teamLab from Japan; showcasing the link between technology and art.

Five interactive installations are located on the second floor of Gandaria City, occupying an exhibition area of 2,000 square metres.

Future Park

Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives is an installation where visitors can touch and stroke a range of digitally rendered animals on screens, leading to flowers growing on the bodies.

Future Park

Allowing visitors to form an understanding of natural ecosystems, Graffiti Nature: Lost, Immersed and Reborn has displays of creatures eating one another.

Future Park Jakarta,

By interacting with Sliding through the Fruit Field, visitors are treated to the experience of sliding down an interactive, digital, art slide.

Sketch Aquarium allows visitors to make their own drawings of sea creatures straight from their own imagination and then have them presented back to them through a large, digital aquarium.

Finally, Light Ball Orchestra encourages guests to play with and roll around balls that are illuminated, each changing colour and making sounds when interacted with.

Admission Fees
Rp200,000 (Monday to Thursday)
Rp250,000 (Friday to Sunday, national and school holidays)

Location
Gandaria City 2nd Floor, Jl. Sultan Iskandar Muda, South Jakarta

Website
www.sgelive.com

Instagram
@futureparkjakarta

See: Jakarta Planetarium’s Uncertain Future due to Ageing Equipment

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