ADM-DIP WHITE – Site Options
Raymond A PradhanaSaturday, Oct 14, 2017 - 04:03:31 pm
During the site visit to Marina Bay on 11 October, our team considered several factors before deciding our installation site: – Environment: Wind, heat, rain, water drainage, etc. – Existing structure to utilise – Nearby light sources – Crowd and traffic
We narrowed down our options into 4 possible locations (ordered by priority): 1. A2 – Mist Walk 2. A6 – Breeze Shelter 3. A5 – Waterfront Promenade Read more →
Future World: Where art meets science
This was my second time visiting the Future World. As this was a permanent exhibition in the Artscience Museum, I was quite surprised that they actually changed up some of the exhibits. This approach attracts people that have already been to the exhibition to go again. However, the main concept of the exhibition still remained the same. The exhibition includes Read more →
REFLECTION: Future World @ Art Science Museums
Su Hwee LimWednesday, Sep 20, 2017 - 06:55:10 pm
In April 2016 I when to Future World exhibition for the first time. After more than a year, the gist of the exhibition still remains! Unlike the usual quite and formal museum exhibition, I really like how Team Lab created their art in a more interactive way to engage both children and adults. In the exhibition it indirectly bring out Read more →
Future World: Where Art Meets Science Reflection
LauraMonday, Sep 18, 2017 - 07:24:34 pm
I visited the Art Science Museum exhibit – Future World: Where Art Meets Science. It featured many amazing interactive exhibits exploring four sections: nature, town, park and space. ‘Crows are Chased and the Chasing Crows are destined to be Chased as well, Transcending Space’ was the first immersive interactive art piece I had been in and the visuals made it feel Read more →
Personal Favourite from Past Ilight Installations
Sustainability to me can be applicable to many different topics, culture, environment or even economy. I actually feel that there are a greater concern over sustainable environment especially with all the “global warming alert” and “rising sea level” claims bombarding the people in recent decade.
Many of the environment-related campaigns spreads the idea of each of us playing our part but Read more →
Research on iLight festival 2017
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I did not have the chance to attend the iLight Festival 2017, so I found some pictures online. But the pictures do not do them justice because I couldn’t see them in action. The year’s topic is nature, the artworks I prefer usually shows a big contrast with the urban landscapes.
Picture 1 and 2 show the artwork Read more →
Response: Past years' iLight Installation
My favourite piece of installation from past years’ iLight installation would be (ULTRA) LIGHT NETWORK (featured image) by Felix Raspall, Carlos Bañón, Manuel Garrido and Mohan Elara (Singapore).
This piece of installation made use of geometrical arrangements, incorporating lights within. With more people nearing the installation, it would produce different patterns of light strobes, as well as increased light intensity.
In context to Read more →
Response to: Previous iLight Festival Projects
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Response to: Chapter 4 of Hidden in Plain Sight: “You Are What You Carry” by Jan Chipchase
“You are what you carry”, was a comprehensive and thorough chapter, where we recall the idea of the phone, the key and the wallet as essentialities when venturing into the world. Strangely but interestingly, we tend to bring more things than the just essentials because of our providence nature for security, convenience, peace of mind… Especially when visiting a foreign Read more →
RESPONSE: Jan Chipchase – You are what you carry
Su Hwee LimSaturday, Sep 09, 2017 - 05:14:51 pm
The reading are more in depth explanation of this Jan Chipchase’s Ted talk whereas now we were given a boarder view. He talk about the fundamental of carrying behaviour, which provides insight into the user activities, values, beliefs and fear. We also strategies where we should be putting our stuff to prevent us from forgetting them. I would always categories Read more →