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Art Science Museum

Syadza Z.

Monday, Oct 14, 2019 - 10:45:41 am

@ Syadza's stash

Art Science Museum: Future world – is a futuristic world of high-tech interactive artworks created in collaboration with teamLab, a renowned interdisciplinary art collective.

My favorite piece in ASM will be the ‘Sketch Piston – Playing Music’ interactive LED installation. This installation allows us to compose our own musical masterpiece by drawing lines on the screens with our fingers to tapping Read more →

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Future World at Art Science Museum - Reflection

ashley

Sunday, Oct 13, 2019 - 12:11:08 am

@ ashley

Future World: Where art meets science

Future World is a highly immersive and interactive digital installation (or playground) that is situated at ArtScience Museum permanently. It is a collaboration with teamLab, which consists of 4 key narratives – City in A Garden, Sanctuary, Park, and Space. 

If I were to put myself in a child’s shoes, Read more →

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Tags: Year 2
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Reflection on "Future World" exhibition at ArtScience Museum

Peisen Xu

Thursday, Oct 10, 2019 - 09:10:49 pm

@ Silence

Future World is a permanent interactive art gallery set at the ArtScience Museum in the Marina Bay Sand. It was created by teamLab, a group of “ultra-technologists” (interdisciplinary artists) based in Tokyo. Their mission is to fuse art, design, science and technology together, to explore the relationship between human and nature.  

The Future World exhibition is famous for its child-friendliness and Read more →

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Field trip to ArtScience Museum Future World

CHOI HAYEONG

Wednesday, Oct 09, 2019 - 12:54:08 am

@ N1800992J

It was my first time visiting Art Science Museum since I stayed here in Singapore, even though I have beem to a lot of other art galleries and museums before. It was actually the “Insta-worthiness” that blocked me from visiting there. But the experience I had there last month as a field trip was something that could change my Read more →

Categories: Research
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Future World: Reflections

manwei

Thursday, Sep 26, 2019 - 09:44:48 pm

@ spamcan

It had been a few years since I last visited  Future World when it first opened so I didn’t have very high expectations about revisiting it this time, especially since a large part of it was designed to appeal to younger children and I was aware of how much older I was now. While the installations were intriguing for me Read more →

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Art Science Museum

ENGSTROEM AMANDA

Thursday, Sep 26, 2019 - 10:57:44 am

@ N1902524A

What really stroke me about the Future world exhibition was how kid friendly it was. I love when art can touch everyone and you do not need to have some background information beforehand to be able to enjoy it. To see all the kids there feel the magic when their turtles and fishes came to live and see how curios Read more →

Categories: Research
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Art Science Museum Future Worlds

Desiree Ong

Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019 - 01:46:04 pm

@ Donut Disturb

One of my favourite parts of this field trip is the different experience that I had as a student tasked to study the exhibition, as compared to a previous experience as a visitor who was solely visiting for the experience. Going to the Art Science Museum for a second time, some of the exhibitions hit differently in terms of the Read more →
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ENGSTROEM AMANDA

Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019 - 10:42:32 am

@ N1902524A

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Categories: Process
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Reflection: ArtScience Museum Trip [18.09.2019]

Amanda Lee

Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019 - 02:57:08 am

@ P I N G Z

The one work that has piqued my interest from our trip to ArtScience Museum was the first work – Universe of water particles, Transcending Boundaries. 

The work features a digital projection of a waterfall that extends from the wall to the floor. When one steps into the space, he/she can interact with the waterfall by either going up to the wall Read more →

Categories: Process | Research
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Reflections on Future Worlds Exhibit Field-trip

Yixue

Saturday, Sep 21, 2019 - 11:38:38 pm

@ Raw & Ugly !

The Future Worlds exhibit is an ongoing affair at the ArtScience Museum, located within Singapore’s world famous Marina Bay Sands.

The exhibit is thematically separated into 3 main parts, namely City in A Garden, Park and Space. These are all loosely linked to the tiny nation’s goal of building a first-world ‘garden’ city, integrating nature and concrete in a seamless, Read more →

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