Now that the year of the Singapore Bicentennial has come and gone, popular light art festival i Light Singapore will return to its consistent and predominant theme of sustainability—which is just the way we like it.
Illuminating Marina Bay from Mar 6-29, i Light Singapore will enthrall visitors while shedding light (literally) on the very real issue of climate change through art installations and programmes.
Flower Clock – i Light Singapore – Bicentennial Edition
The theme this year is Re:Light, Re:Live, Re:Imagine. Local as well as international artists have been invited to create artworks that encourage conversations about our current lifestyle and changes we can make to work towards a more sustainable future. After all, the festival headed by the URA aims to inspire the public to reduce waste and conserve resources.
Rest assured that this guarantees gorgeous yet meaningful installations worthy of multiple Instagram posts and stories, so all you need to do is head down bearing cameras that work well after dark. We’re already looking forward to seeing all the colourful, larger-than-life exhibits in person, and so should you.
i Light Singapore returns Mar 6-29 at various locations around Marina Bay. More information to be released here.