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The mu­seum’s per­ma­nent Fu­ture World ex­hi­bi­tion has wel­comed three new in­stal­la­tion works in the Na­ture Gallery, giv­ing vis­i­tors even more to dis­cover. The new ad­di­tions in­clude Black Waves, which blurs the bound­ary be­tween viewer and art­work, invit­ing vis­i­tors to be one with the seas­cape, Slid­ing through the Fruit Field, a play­ful art­work pro­jected onto a phys­i­cal slide for kids, and Crows are Chased and the Chas­ing Crows are Des­tined to be Chased as Well, Tran­scend­ing Space, an im­mer­sive au­dio-vis­ual in­stal­la­tion in which crows swoop through space and chase one an­other, leav­ing colour­ful flow­ers in their wake.

Ad­di­tion­ally, vis­i­tors can en­joy the re­cently re-opened Crys­tal Uni­verse in­stal­la­tion within Fu­ture World, as well as the pop­u­lar Sketch Town Pa­per Craft por­tion, in which mu­seum-go­ers can turn their draw­ings into three-di­men­sional pa­per craft mod­els to take home. marin­abaysands. com/mu­seum

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