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This Digital Art Museum In Tokyo Is So Instaworthy, You Wouldn't Want To Leave

Here, they actually want you to touch the art.


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This Digital Art Museum In Tokyo Is So Instaworthy, You Wouldn't Want To Leave
Image: MORI Building Digital Art Museum
If you're planning in trip to Tokyo, Japan (very) soon, you would want to include this art museum in your list of places to visit.

It is not just any art museum because here, they actually want you to touch the art!

The world's first completely digital art museum is found at the brand new MORI Building Digital Art Museum.

In this museum, light and space is the art.


With over 100,000 square feet of space, visitors are welcome to explore up to 50 kaleidoscopic installations and projections within the space.

However, without lights generated by the 520 computers and 470 projectors, this place would merely be empty halls, blank walls and floors.


Titled 'Borderless', the exhibition also has no guides, maps or signs to help you navigate. 

The most attractive part about this digital art museum is that everything is triggered by motion sensors. Each artwork reacts to movement and touch, so visitors are encouraged to get into the art and bring it to life.

In other words, you are free to do whatever you want within the space because technically, you won't be able to break or destroy anything. And of course, take lots of pictures!

Here are some photos of how the MORI Building Digital Art Museum looks like:









The MORI Building Digital Art Museum is located at Odaiba Palette on the Rinkai line and the Yurikamome tram line.

Tickets are priced at 3,200 yen (RM116) for adults and 1,000 yen (RM36) for children. Well, somebody has to pay for all that electricity, right?

If you need further convincing, take a walk through the museum with this video below.


BRB, checking flight tickets to Tokyo now.

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