Collaborative Creation: “Co-Creation”
Rapid technological development in society will continue to increase and accelerate into the future and many jobs will be taken over by machines. Because of this, it can be difficult to imagine what work that the children of today will do in the future. In a future society, traits that only humans can possess —such as the ability to think and act creatively— will become increasingly more important. Humans are essentially creative. However, in current education we are taught that there is only one correct answer, all other answers are incorrect. Free thinking and behaving differently to other people is discouraged, we are told it is wrong and are corrected. As a result, we become afraid of making mistakes, and we lose our natural creativity. Humans learn about the world through interaction with others and by sharing experiences. People think with their bodies as they move through the world, and much of human society has developed through creative achievements born from collaboration and team play. This is why collaborative creativity, or the experience of “co-creation,” is now very important.
ABENO HARUKAS Art Museum
Jul 13 - Sep 02, 2018
ABENO HARUKAS Art Museum, Osaka, Osaka, Giappone
Jun 21, 2018 - Jan 19, 2038
MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab Borderless, Odaiba, Tokyo, Giappone
OGR Officine Grandi Riparazioni
Mar 29, 2018 - permanent
OGR Officine Grandi Riparazioni, corso Castelfidardo, Torino, Italia
teamLab teamLab was formed in 2001 by a group of Tokyo University postgraduates. The ultratechnologists group consists of a wide range of specialists whose collaborative practice seeks to navigate the confluence of art, science, technology, and creativity. teamLab’s activities range from the opening sequence of the Taiga drama Hana Moyu, Expo Milano 2015 Japan Pavilion to exhibitions throughout the world; New York Pace Gallery, London Saatchi Gallery, Paris Maison&Objet, Silicon Valley PACE Art + Technology, Istanbul Borusan Contemporary, Singapore ArtScience Museum, as well as Tokyo’s Odaiba teamLab exhibition which welcomed over 470,000 visitors.