The unique design of ArtScience Museum, Singapore is certainly a draw for many visitors from around the world.
The Future World exhibit on lower floor is entertaining and no doubt shows the future of art: playful, interactive, colorful. One can hear kids 50 years from now, “Art just sat there and did nothing??” This art moves and changes when you touch it. In fact, you’re part of the process of creating it! Just imagine, create and engage with the art–just as much fun as the art itself.
Featuring various digital installations, including some created especially for Future World, the exhibition takes visitors on an exciting journey of discovery through different key narratives.
Flowers and People
There is a field of luminous flowers that seems to go on forever. A combination of artworks, this remarkable virtual environment is awakened by the interactions between humans and the natural world.
Connecting the Train Block
Gotten caught in slow traffic? You’ll appreciate this unique chance to design your own transportation network with Connecting Train Block.
Where Little People Live
There is a community of tiny little characters projected onto a table. When left alone, the little people move around their environment, walking, jumping, sliding, hopping and generally paying little attention to the world outside. But when they have visitors, they love to play!
Nature Water Particles
An preternatural accurate simulation of a true waterfall that appears to be alive, this is sufficient to create an astounding feel of realism. Be immersed in a moment of magic as you behold the grandeur of nature and consider the awesome might that flows through and sustains it.
Watch this dynamic artwork constantly grow and evolve as visitors draw and add different images of sea creatures including rainbow fish, stingrays, jellyfish.
The busy sea creatures swim around and interact with each other – you can even feed them by touching fish food bags on the screen!
Here you are in the centre of the universe, as the light and body of the installation responds to your mass and motion. Surrounded by celestial bodies, reflect upon your own place within the vastness of the cosmos.