Tech Tuesday: teamLab, a group of “Ultra-Technologists” based in Japan, creates artworks through “experimentation and innovation” making the borders between science, technology, art and design more ambiguous. On Wednesday, July 16, 6 - 8PM, Pace will host an opening for teamLab: Ultra Subjective Space, an exhibition of six digitally-based works, at 508 West 25th Street, New York.
To learn more about teamLab and their collaborative creative projects, visit the e-catalogue made especially for this exhibition: ultrasubjectivespace.com.
JOCKEY CLUB INNOVATION TOWER
Of course, exclusively at Pretty Architecture: INNOVATION TOWER
Zaha Hadid’s dynamic Jockey Club Innovation Tower slices through its tight, irregularly shaped plot on the campus of Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Seamlessly integrating a concrete podium with a louvered glass façade on the upper levels, the 250-foot-tall building houses the institution’s design education and research programs and includes a lecture hall, classrooms, design studios, and workshops, as well as exhibition spaces and a communal viewing lounge.
Moscow is getting new, hybrid trams that can run 50 km on battery power.