teamLab SuperNature Macao, a permanent interactive art experience at The Venetian® Macao’s Cotai Expo, held its grand opening ceremony on May 26, marking the official launch of the landmark project presented by The Venetian Macao and Tokyo-based international art collective teamLab.

In the spirit of celebration, three new artwork spaces, Floating Flower Garden: Flowers and I are of the Same Root, the Garden and I are One and Massless Clouds Between Sculpture and Life, as well as EN TEA HOUSE, will be opened from June 1 onwards to bring greater surprise and elevate the visitor experience. In addition, the Light Sculpture series will reveal its major renewal, and Autonomous Abstraction, Continuous Phenomena from the Universe to the Self will replace the existing Life is the Light that Resonates in the Dark.

Dr. Wilfred Wong, President of Sands China Ltd., said: “We are delighted to celebrate the grand opening of teamLab SuperNature Macao, which has already attracted many lovers of immersive art experiences from Macao and beyond. The launch of new artwork spaces will further enrich Sands China Ltd.’s portfolio of arts and entertainment offerings and demonstrates our strong support for the MGTO’s ‘tourism+’ cross-sector integration initiative. In the future, Sands China will continue to ‘wow’ guests with more innovative projects and help enrich the dynamic of Macao as a world centre of tourism and leisure.”

teamLab SuperNature at The Venetian Macao
Dr. Wilfred Wong, President of Sands China, speaking at the ceremony

Toshiyuki Inoko, founder of teamLab, said: “It is a great honour for us to have the opportunity to create teamLab’s massive immersive space, teamLab SuperNature, at The Venetian Macao. For the grand opening, teamLab SuperNature has been greatly expanded, unveiling three new large-scale artwork spaces, renewing several existing ones, and we are also putting effort into creating educational experiences. It would be our great pleasure if people’s experience here creates the opportunity to explore a new perception of the continuity between ourselves and the world.”