14 January – 3 February 2022
A marquee event of Singapore Art Week, the Light to Night Festival returns with its sixth edition with an array of innovative digital and on-site art experiences that are sure to excite. This year’s festival comprises an expanded line-up of programmes and artistic interventions, and focuses on the pursuit of new perspectives and states of mind. Audiences are invited to uncover new ways of seeing, thinking and being as they engage with fresh perspectives about the world we live in.
Spearheaded by National Gallery Singapore with the Asian Civilisations Museum, The Arts House, Victoria Theatre & Victoria Concert Hall, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay and more, the Light to Night Festival aims to inspire audiences to forge deeper connections with art in new and engaging ways. Here are some programmes to look out for:
Art x Social
The beloved festival village is back, inviting you to flex your creative muscles with craft-making activities centred around the theme of exploring perspectives. Visit Light to Night’s Instagram account to discover each weekend’s featured vendors.
Where: National Gallery Singapore, Supreme Court Wing, Level 4, Supreme Court Terrace
Flight by LiteWerkz
Inspired by the movement of flocks of birds during their migration, this responsive installation will sit against the backdrop of the Art Skins on Monuments light projection on the Gallery’s façade.
Visions: An Outdoor Augmented Reality Exhibition
Discover cutting-edge artworks by renowned international artists such as including KAWS, Olafur Eliasson, and Singaporean artist Ho Tzu Nyen in this augmented reality art trail along the façade of National Gallery Singapore.
Where: National Gallery Singapore, along Andrew’s Road, (Bollards & Entrance)
Move For?ward (Unseen: Inside Out)
This immersive installation has been co-created by artists Claire Teo, Kira Lim, Clarence Chung, Samuel Woo and 12 visually impaired co-creators.
Where: National Gallery Singapore, City Hall Wing, Level B1, Auditorium Foyer
The Same Side of the Moon Always Faces Earthby Speak Cryptic
This installation is inspired by stories of migrants and seafarers who made their way to Singapore decades ago and explores the subject of migration and our relationships with nature.
Where: The Arts House, Lawn
Check out a full list of events and activities for the whole family on the Light to Night Festival website!
Disclaimer: This is an external event not owned or managed by Sassy Mama. Always check with the organiser for changes or cancellations before heading down.