The district of Bugis-Bras Basah transforms into an illuminated playground with myriad of interactive light installations to wow visitors at Singapore Night Festival 2018. You can expect this year’s Night Festival to be a modest edition but there will be plenty of interactive installations within the arts and heritage district. Ultimately, admission to the festival is FREE!
Prepare your mind for a trip beyond reality. This projection mapping installation by Arnaud Pottier and Timothée Mironneau reminds me of Tron: Legacy.
Location: Singapore Art Museum
You will be transported to the ocean depths as you discover the luminescent beauty of the aquatic world, and be reminded that we all play a part in protecting water, a precious resource essential to all forms of life.
Location: National Museum Lawn
Location: Cathay Green
An installation by LiteWerkz. Switched on your phone’s light to reveal patterns on the works.
Location: Dhoby Ghaut Green
The Leap of Faith
Take the leap of faith as every little step we take paves the way to a complete and fulfilling life journey. Each steps brings you closer to your dreams.
Location: The Cathay
Hyperbands by KopI/O makes a great OOTD backdrop.
Location: LTA Walkway (Near SMRT HQ)
Watch as the graffiti come alive at night! The dynamic lights and colours transforms this space into a lively night-time streetscape.
Location: Armenian Street Alley
This installation allows you to interact with colourful visualisation projections through sound and voice amidst the peaceful environment.
Location: Armenian Church
Before The Word
Pierre Ranzini’s luminous sculpture symbolises different human civilisations coming together, drawing parallels to this city’s mix of cultures and traditions that enrich and unite one another.
You can catch the interactive night light installations from now till 25 August 2018, from 7.30pm to midnight.
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