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i Light Singapore

i Light Singapore is the leading sustainable light art festival in Asia.

This unique light art festival displays many innovative and creative installations, many of which utilise recycled materials created by artists from Singapore and abroad.

i Light Singapore 2023 Dates, Light Art Festival & Map, Marina Bay

This event has been held annually for three weeks since 2010 and is now one of Singapore’s signature festivals.

The installations are placed around the stunning Marina Bay; a truly iconic landmark of the country. In line with the theme of sustainability, there will also be a series of workshops and talks tackling important earth issues throughout the festival.

Lightwave: Turning the Tide imagines a future where human exploits have damaged the world around us irrevocably. Transported to an underwater world, visitors are left to ponder: How have we come to this? Through three unfolding chapters of thought-provoking multi-sensorial light experiences, explore how our way of life has impacted nature. Be inspired to make a change and turn the tide.

Glacier Dreams was Inspired by both the beauty and fragility of glaciers, Glacier Dreams is the result of a groundbreaking, long-term research project involving machine learning, environmental studies and multi-sensory media art.

The dynamic relationship between humans and the environment is explored in Block Party, where visitors can participate in collaborative placemaking through the playful medium of dance.

Step into a giant musical garden and be surrounded by an immersive jungle of light, colour, and sound. At Trumpet Flowers, visitors can create a unique floral symphony using interactive keys controlling towering musical and light instruments.

Bleached connotes the fate of marine ecosystems affected by climate change and human activities. Simulating the experience of walking on a seabed, this artwork invites visitors to wander through an illuminated seascape adorned with ‘seaweed’ and ‘corals’.

Inspired by a belief that showers are perfect settings for self-contemplation, Show III is an invitation to unwind outdoors by soaking in its calming blue light, with the company of a composed soundscape and virtual water droplets.

Prism is an immersive installation that harnesses both natural and artificial light to create an ever-changing interplay of colours and spatial perception. It is inspired by the power of pure forms – when combined with purposeful use of light, such forms trigger a deeply emotional reaction.

i Light Singapore 2023, presented by DBS, will be held from 1 to 25 June 2023, 7:30pm to 11pm daily, with extended hours to 12am on Fridays and Saturdays. Admission is free, while charges apply for certain programmes.

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What date is the i Light Singapore?
What time is the i Light Singapore?
Lightwave: Turning the Tide
Weekdays (Sunday to Thursday): 7:30pm - 11pm (last experience at 10.40pm)
Weekends (Friday and Saturday): 7:30pm - 12am (last experience at 11.40pm)

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Where is the i Light Singapore located?
What is the i Light Singapore address?
Multiple locations around Singapore; including: - The Promontory at Marina Bay - Facade of ArtScience Museum - Entrance of Marina Bay Link Mall - Clifford Square - South Beach Avenue – Level B1M (beside Akira Back) - South Beach Main Entrance (next to JW Marriott Singapore South Beach drop-off point) - Millenia Walk (The Great Hall), Downtown Core, Singapore

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What are the i Light Singapore entry prices?
Most events are free

Lightwave: Turning the Tide: $5

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