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i Light Singapore 2023 Preview: A New Wave

 i Light Singapore is back!

This year i Light Singapore will illuminate Marina Bay from 1 to 25 June 2023. This year, it will go beyond the Bay with two new locations - South Beach and Millenia Walk. So expect a fresh experience in this year's edition.

The theme for this year is A New Wave, with the colour blue as the anchor. Created by a diverse group of artists- from talented local creatives, acclaimed international names to budding student designers.

Here is a sneak peek

Glacier Dreams

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A large-scale projection on the facade of ArtScience Museum by renowned Turkish American media artist Refik Anadol. This intriguing artwork transforms visual data on the world's glaciers into Artificial intelligence (AI)-based multi-sensory narratives to raise awareness of rising sea levels and climate change.

Trumpet Flowers

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Sydney-based art collective Amigo & Amigo presents their whimsical artwork that celebrates the beauty of nature by surrounding the visitor with towering flower sculptures ranging from two to six metres tall.

Block Party

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Singapore collective Plug & Play invites visitors to dance and let loose in front of the Block Party. During this interactive installation, gardens bloom spontaneously over the facades of Singapore's familiar public housing blocks in response to movement. 

Lightwave: Turning the Tide

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Presented by Alibaba Cloud, it is an immersive light experience at the Promontory. Embark on a journey to the future, where rising sea levels have submerged humans in an underwater world.


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Nanyang Technology University's School of Art, Design and Media students will create a simulated ocean floor adorned with seaweed and corals upcycled from single-use plastics or made from seaweed bioplastics. It will be at the new location South Beach.

Show III 

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James Cook University and Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts students will use audio-visual effects to simulate a shower experience and provide a space for self-contemplation.


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Malaysian artist Jun Ong will showcase his installation that transforms from a natural light shaft in the day to a glowing beacon of artificial lighting at night at Millenia Walk.

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