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Singapore Set to Explore Sustainability Through Light Art

From transforming mundane data into a visual piece of art to creating a reactive digital canvas that encourages reflection on actions and their consequences, there are a plethora of ways to illuminate fresh perspectives, deliver a key message and meaningfully connect with an audience.

As one of Asia’s leading sustainable light festivals, 20 inspiring light art installations are set to bring Marina Bay in Singapore to life with a kaleidoscope of colours at i Light Singapore from June 3 to 26, 2022.

Showcasing light art installations that reimagine the potential of repurposing everyday objects created by Singaporean and international artists, the festival and it’s mesmerising landscapes aim to encourage the public to adopt eco-friendly habits into their everyday lives.

MOTHEREARTH Climate Change Data Sculpture

by OUCHHH (Turkey)

Leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to reimagine environmental statistics into a visual experience on climate change issues.

Plastic Whale

by Feng Qiao, Craig Neo, Liao Qingshuang, Li Jianwen (Singapore, China)

A collaboration of creative minds to showcase a great mammal breathing in distress as a result of plastic garbage polluting its home.

Light Canvas

by Trial & Error (Singapore)

An installation that comes to life through guest interaction (using the light on their mobile phones) and a reactive digital canvas that implores viewers to contemplate even the simplest of actions and their effects on our surroundings.

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Picture credit: ilightsingapore.gov.sg