When the MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab Borderless opened in Tokyo in June, it became one of the world’s first museums dedicated solely to digital art. The sprawling space features a labyrinth of immersive kaleidoscopic projections that move down corridors, fuse with other works, and even respond in real time to the movements of museumgoers. According to the museum’s masterminds, the futuristic exhibition space has one driving purpose: to explore how humans relate to nature in the digital age. I venture to bet we see a lot more of this kind of museum art over the upcoming years.