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