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Few art exhibitions in Singapore have garnered as much attention as Future World: Where Art Meets Science. The permanent ArtScience Museum showcase has seen over two million visitors pass through its four zones—all put together by creative geniuses teamLab—since it started here in 2016. And soon, we're about to get its next update come March 14.

It's gonna be a major one, with the first zone, City in A Garden, welcoming four new digital artworks, and the second zone, Sanctuary, getting a whole new interactive installation. And in case you're wondering, don't worry guys, everyone's favourite Crystal Universe isn't going anywhere.

One of the upcoming highlights has got to be Proliferating Immense Life - A Whole Year per Year, that's making its Southeast Asian debut at ArtScience. This interactive digital installation depicts a wall of flowers that gently bloom and die in tune with the four seasons of the year, all in real-time.


Proliferating Immense Life - A Whole Year per Year

You can interact with it, scattering the flower petals with your hand or simply stand still and let the plants bloom more abundantly. The images are generated live by a computer, so what you see when you visit will not be repeated the same way ever again.

We expect The Way of Birds to be a hit as well. Also an interactive digital installation, this new work portrays the movement of a flock of birds that leave behind a trail of light as they fly through dark space. Rendered in real-time by an algorithm, the birds respond to your presence, weaving around you as they stay in constant motion.

We'll let you discover the other new (and old) artworks for yourself. If you've yet checked out this phenomenal showcase of art-meets-science, there is no better time than now.


Future World: Where Art Meets Science is open daily 10am-6pm at ArtScience Museum. Tickets from $16. Refreshed exhibits start from Mar 14.