#futuretogether at Gardens by the Bay | Featuring Interactive Light Art Installations

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Location: Bayfront Plaza
15 Dec 2019 – 22 Mar 2020
7 pm – 12 am

What is happening?

#futuretogether at Gardens by the Bay

Presented by Gardens by the Bay and GIC, #futuretogether is an immersive art exhibition featuring a series of immersive digital art installations by teamLab encompassing the themes Aspirations, Connectivity and Possibilities.

#futuretogether at Gardens by the Bay

Swing by the Dragonfly Lake and behold its glow as multitudes of light ovoids stand on its surface. When interacted with, the ovoids emit a sound and change colors, and resonates with the nearby ovoids and trees. It represents how our actions, though we may be small, have a resonating effect on the world around us.

#futuretogether at Gardens by the Bay

The Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives showcases flowers growing on the bodies of animals like the Malayan tapir and Sambar deer. When you touch the animals, the petals scatter and its touched too much, all of the flowers scatter away and the animals die and fade away, symbolizing the continuous cycle of life and death.

#futuretogether at Gardens by the Bay

When you take a look at the pole of the Message Pillar through your smartphone camera using the Message Pillar smartphone app, you will be able to see words floating around the pillar, forming a tree. You can also add your own message through the app.

#futuretogether at Gardens by the Bay

These are just some of the artworks featured at the exhibition, which spans across both the indoor and outdoor spaces of the Bayfront Plaza.

When & Where is it happening?

Outdoor Exhibits – Dragonfly Lake & Bayfront Plaza
15 Dec 2019 – 22 Mar 2020: 7 pm – 12 am

Indoor Exhibits – Bayfront Pavilion
16 Jan – 22 Mar 2020: 9 am – 9 pm (last entry: 8.30 pm)

How much is it?

Outdoor Exhibits
Free for all

Indoor Exhibits
Singapore Residents: Free | Standard Rate: $10
Flowers Bloom in an Infinite Universe inside a Teacup indoor exhibit: Singapore Residents: Free | Standard Rate: $7

Photo credits teamLab



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Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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