Location: Marina Bay | Civic District | Singapore River | Raffles Terrace
Date: 28 Jan – 24 Feb 2019
Hour: 7.30 pm – 12.00 am
What is happening?
Themed Bridges of Time, i Light Singapore – Bicentennial edition features artworks that express Singapore’s heritage, development and her relationships with the world using various mediums, from stone fragments and fibers to transparent foils.
Mist Walk (besides Red Dot Design Museum)
Take a stroll along Mist Walk to learn the history and evolution of Singapore by uncovering scenes from its past using your shadow with Shadow Exposed.
Lotus Pond at ArtScience Museum
Light up hundreds of fibers as you touch or walk pass the artwork DUNE and witness Sails Aloft, a holographic installation that brings to life a 19th century sailboat race, which is sure to be a sight to behold.
Marina Bay waterfront promenade
Keys of Light
Raffles Terrace at Fort Canning Park
Keys of Light is an interactive piano installation but you don’t really have to be a piano maestro to have fun with this artwork. The various keys of the piano project Singapore’s different buildings on the Lighthouse at Raffles Terrace, bringing you on a one-a-kind musical tour.
The Promontory @ Marina Bay
The vibrant Squiggle is a reflection of our multicultural world and not only is it fun to look at, it is also fun to interact with. You can effect changes in colour, speed and direction of the display using little joysticks.
Various Light Installations @ i Light Singapore
Discover over 30 blindingly brilliant sustainable light art installations like these scattered from Marina Bay to Fort Canning.
Additionally, you can also expect there to be a line-up of exciting family-friendly activities during the festival.
- Prudential Marina Bay Carnival
- Camp Kilo
- Eco Lawn
- Terra Village
- and more!
Click here for details of the programs!
When is it happening?
28 Jan – 24 Feb 2019
- Sun – Thur: 7.30 pm – 11.00 pm
- Fri – Sat: 7.30 pm – 12.00 am
Where is it happening?
How much is it?
General admission is FREE
For more information, click here.
Photo credits i Light Singapore