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i Light Marina Bay 2018: Top Installations at Asia’s Leading Sustainable Light Art Festival

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What to look forward to at the FREE* light festival i Light Marina Bay 2018

Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay welcomes Asia’s leading sustainable light art festival, i Light Marina Bay from now until 1 April 2018. It’s totally sustainable, as energy saving lighting or environmentally friendly materials are used. Beyond the spectacular showcase of 22 enthralling light art installations dotting the CBD, the festival will also feature an exciting line-up of programmes and activities for everyone. From music performances, an interactive art inflatable park, a carnival, to outdoor drinking and dining options, here’s what to look forward to at the light festival.

i Light Marina Bay Highlights

  1. Passage

Passage by Serge Maheu (Canada) is an immersive piece of artwork where you can go through a tunnel of spinning light. The tunnel activates with movement and there are light animations and sounds when you walk along it. Get your little ones to walk from one end to the other for some great Instagrammable shots!

  1. Octopoda

Octopoda by Amigo & Amigo (Australia) is a fun interactive light installation that the kids will love. Featuring eight “tentacle drums”, each activates a great display of colour and light animating the Octopoda’s musical mind. The more you bang, the more colour you generate!

  1. MailboX

This super cool installation reacts with sound! The more sound you generate – go on, shout, sing, hum or talk – the more the MailboX will respond with varying visuals of colour and emojis. Parents can even tweet a message to #ilightmarinabay and your message will appear on the MailboX. MailboX is by Christopher Simpson, Isabella Bain, Khanh Nguyen, James Rotanson, Anthony Zeater & Steven Bai from Australia.

  1. Sustainability Sundays at Terra Village

18 & 25 March and 1 April 2018
4pm – 10pm (Eco-Craft Upcycling Workshops at 5pm and 8pm)

In line with i Light Marina Bay’s sustainability efforts, Sustainability Sundays is a collaboration with Terra SG to create an awareness movement at the Terra Village @ GastroBeats. Terra Village houses a community of crafters, designers and upcyclers, who come together to curate a unique selection of ingenious, inspiring and inventive concepts. Expect environmentally-friendly and socially-conscious products, plus activities such as eco-maker workshops and Eco-Craft Upcycling Workshops!

*Charges apply for some partner attractions.

Timings: 7:30pm to 11pm (extended to 12midnight on Friday & Saturday nights)

i Light Marina Bay, The Promontory @ Marina Bay, 11 Marina Boulevard Singapore 018940,

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