Incubating future movements in travel and culture
We spoke with Takashi Kudo of international art collective teamLab on the power of art on our perception and environment.
Our group gathers around a simple cube frame wrapped in a thin stretch of fabric. Inside stands multimedia artist Carlotta Premazzi with a thin black headband across her forehead, gazing out over the crowd.
We came to Lisbon, Europe’s epicenter of innovation, to see what this soulful city can teach us about how to step into the new digital world while staying rooted in our own.
There is a reason we’re here on this ancient land where we gather the creators who look to traditions, heritage, and indigenous knowledge and incorporate this wisdom into better, more conscious practices.
In collaboration with La Pause Residency, Further Marrakech asked what it means to be an artist or an artisan—and what happens when such practitioners come together in the act of creation.
Further brought a group of architects, hoteliers and place-makers from across the Asian continent to Tokyo to explore new ideas about urban living and the cities of tomorrow.
Further climbs high into the Georgian Caucasus to explore wellbeing, consciousness, and the mind-body connection.
A group of rising musicians takes over a storied 1960s-era artists colony on California’s Sonoma Coast.