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Have pic­tures of vis­ual in­stal­la­tions been pop­ping up on your In­sta­gram feed all month? Now’s your chance to cap­ture your own, as Ja­panese ul­tra-tech­nol­o­gists teamLab bring their in­ter­ac­tive and im­mer­sive works to Sin­ga­pore’s ArtS­cience Mu­seum. The aptly named ‘Fu­ture World’ in­stal­la­tion in­volves 1,500 square me­tres of space, and is the largest dig­i­tal play­ground.

Walk among the stars in Crystal Uni­verse, the most em­i­nent work of the lot, with at least 170,000 LED lights that con­jure the illusion of be­ing in outer space, sur­rounded by all the stun­ning el­e­ments that make our uni­verse. The art­work is built to re­act with hu­man pres­ence, evolv­ing ac­cord­ing to the viewer’s ac­tions.

This dig­i­tal maze also in­cludes Graf­fiti Na­ture, an an­i­mal-themed dig­i­tal art­work that fur­ther up­holds TeamLab’s theme of art-meets-tech­nol­ogy. Set your imag­i­na­tion free and ex­pand your world—and the one around you—with a few sim­ple steps: draw, scan, and watch your master­piece come to life.

The ex­hi­bi­tion is on for the next three years. In­stal­la­tions do change from time to time to keep things fresh, and en­try times are sched­uled, so prior book­ing is en­cour­aged. www.marin­abaysands.com/mu­seum

Uni­verse of Water Par­ti­cles, vir­tual wa­ter­fall a

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