teamLab is the incredibly popular art collective from Japan, famed for their colourful and interactive digital artworks. A lot of their work is heavily featured all over social media and I’m sure you must have come across at least one of their creative works on Instagram, if not in person!
I’m a fan of what they do and am quite lucky to have the chance to see and experience a variety of their creations in Singapore, because their work is showcased here in different museums (Artscience Museum, National Gallery Singapore, National Museum of Singapore) and in the last few months, at a special exhibit at Gardens by the Bay called #futuretogether.
Just a disclaimer that my snapshots for this post are honestly of quite bad quality and I almost considered just dropping this post. However, I enjoyed the #futuretogether exhibits so much that I wanted to remember them and share them anyway and if you’re keen to check this out, it’s still ongoing till 22 March! :)
(P.S. I just got myself a new phone woohoo, so here’s to much better pictures!)
I visited this exhibition on New Year’s Eve 2019 and I thought it was the perfect way to end the year. As there are outdoor and indoor exhibits, I went for the indoor exhibits first in the afternoon, then checked out the outdoor exhibits in the evening, when all their works lighted up.
I’m not sure why I was so delighted by hundreds of lighted up “eggs” changing colours all over Gardens by the Bay with the backdrop of Marina Bay Sands, but that was my favourite part of the whole event and I really enjoyed it. Judging by the snap happy crowds, I clearly wasn’t the only one. :)
#FUTURE TOGETHER exhibition at Gardens by the Bay
Ongoing till 22 March 2020
Location & Hours:
1. Outdoor Exhibits – Dragonfly Lake & Bayfront Plaza
Daily: 7pm – 12 midnight
2. Indoor Exhibits – Bayfront Pavilion at Bayfront Plaza
Daily: 9am – 9pm (last entry at 8:30pm)
Admission: Free for Singapore residents, but the Flowers Bloom in an Infinite Universe inside a Teacup indoor exhibit is only free while stocks last.
(Foreigners: charged entry for the indoor exhibits and Flowers Bloom in an Infinite Universe inside a Teacup indoor exhibit applies – refer to website.)
Website link here for full details