i Light Marina Bay 2017 is here again! You will be able to appreciate these light art installations for free (I love free stuff!) from 3rd March 2017 to 26th March 2017, 7.30pm to 11pm daily (extended to 12 midnight on Friday and Saturday) at the Marina Bay waterfront.
Some installation which caught my eyes includes:
Horizontal Interference by Katarzyna Malejka & Joachim Slugocki from Poland
I actually got a pre-preview of this simple installation formed by a colorful cord connecting a few trees while I’m was Pokemon hunting at MBS. Love that this simple, ingenious illumination is able to merge the natural and constructed elements, and how it can create a poetic and powerful image when the wind make it moves, not to mention it’s spectacularly beautiful at nightfall!
|Horizontal Interference by Katarzyna Malejka & Joachim Slugocki from Poland|
MoonFlower by Yun from Singapore
This luminiscent display of flowers glow in the dark are powered by its own solar powered LED for each individual unit of flower. You can adopt a unit of MoonFlower and contribute to the Garden City Fund at $5 after the last day of the exhibition at https://pozible.com/project/moonflower-i-light-marina-bay.
|MoonFlower by Yun from Singapore|
There are also a lot of interesting installations, e.g.
|Home by Anna Galas, Maciej Slominski and Aleksander Sawicki|
|Northern Lights by Aleksandra Stratimirovic from Sweden|
|The Colorful Garden of Light by TILT from France|
|Secret Galaxies by Syndicate ft Brandon Tay, Kiat & Safuan Johari from Singapore|
|The Urchin by Jin Choi and Thomas Adam Shine from USA|
Unfortunately, not all the installations are set up on the day, will definitely bring Kpo Kia along next round to complete my iLight tour~
You can get more details on i Light Marina Bay 2017 on their website at: https://www.ilightmarinabay.sg/
On top of all these interesting installation, this year, you can have some fun in the experiential inflatable playground with art installation in the setting of a zoological garden – Art-Zoo Inflatable Park! Art-Zoo aims to stirs up wonder and curiosity in all of us through a very visual and interactive adventure~
The opening hours for the zoo is:
Last admission 10:30pm
Children under 2 years old are allowed into the park without a ticket (Yay!) but accompany adults need to pay a SGD$15. Passion Card Holders will be able to receive 20% off (Yay again!) standard admission on-site and online rate, but is subject to availability and applicable to valid card holders only.
Note that due to the expected volume of guest flow and the restricted capacity of the floating platform, there will be a NO RE-ENTRY policy, so you better make sure you have “unloaded” yourself at the nearest restroom before you enter for the first time,
For more information, you can take a look at: http://www.artzoo.sg/