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What's on at ArtScience Museum

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 27 Apr 2022

 

ArtScience Museum is not just one of Singapore’s premier art galleries, but one of Singapore’s most iconic cultural landmarks.

Since its grand opening in February 2011, this 5,000m2 museum with 21 galleries has held large-scale exhibitions by some of the world’s most celebrated artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Vincent Van Gogh, Salvador Dali, M.C. Escher, and Andy Warhol.

Like most museums, ArtScience Museum updates its roster of exhibitions and events regularly. This article will take you through an exciting list of happenings scheduled at ArtScience Museum for the upcoming months.

 

ArtScience Museum Exhibitions

 

Current Exhibitions at ArtScience Museum


Future World: Where Art Meets Science

Known as ‘Singapore’s largest digital playground’, Future World is an engaging exhibition made up of countless digital installations, spread across a massive 1,500m2. Crafted in collaboration with teamLab, a Japanese art collective, this art exhibition is made up of four distinct experiences – City in a Garden, Sanctuary, Park, and Space.

 

Future World: Where Art Meets Science

City in a Garden
 allows visitors to walk through immersive digital forests and fields and revolutionise how visitors can engage with nature. The reactive and creative Sanctuary responds to visitors’ actions within its space.
 
Future World


Park is an open exploration of the simple pleasures of play. Four different artworks constitute Park, including musical beach balls, a custom hopscotch game, sketching workshops and more. Space immerses you in the ethereal beauty of the cosmos and gives you the power to change the Universe, using the magic of motion-sensing.

 

Future World: Where Art Meets Science


Learn more about Future World: Where Art Meets Science. Book your tickets here.

 

Attack on Titan: The Exhibition (19 Feb – 3 Jul 2022)

Browse through any of the recent ‘Best of’ or ‘Top’ anime/manga lists and find Shingeki no Kyojin or Attack on Titan among the top 10 titles.

Written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama, Attack on Titan is one of the world’s best-selling dark fantasy manga and anime series. The story unfolds in a dystopian world where most of humanity has been wiped out by gigantic humanoids known as ‘Titans’.
 

Attack on Titan: The Exhibition

The rest of the humans are hiding behind massive walls to survive and fight against these giants. Since its launch in 2009 in manga form and in 2013 as an anime, Attack on Titan’s elaborate saga has gone on to sell over 100 million copies in print, spawned live-action film adaptations, and transcended cultural boundaries.

The anime TV series Attack on Titan started almost a decade ago, and its fourth and final season coincides with the run of this exhibition.
 
Attack on Titan: The Exhibition


Organised by SpaceLogic, Attack on Titan: The Exhibition, is the ultimate culmination of Isayama’s artistic vision and storytelling. This exhibition introduces visitors to the intricate worldbuilding and rich characters/themes from the series. Over 150 artworks are featured in this exhibition, including pages from the original manga, drafts, and sketches from his archives. The exhibition also showcases creative assets from the series such as character designs, Titan drawings, real-life items from the manga such a character paraphernalia, and battle sets.

Learn more about Attack on Titan: The Exhibition and book your tickets here.
 


Hope from Chaos: Pandemic Reflections (12 Feb – 3 Jul 2022)

As the name of this exhibition suggests, Hope from Chaos: Pandemic Reflections is a contemplation of life during a global pandemic which marks the second year since COVID-19 reached Singapore. Besides featuring curated works by artists, the exhibition also sheds light on the pathology of viruses, isolation, and rituals of care connected to COVID-19.

Hope From Chaos

The exhibition begins with a free feature by the celebrated Smithsonian Institution titled Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World. It identifies and appreciates the concept of ‘One Health’: the idea that the well-being of everything in this world is connected to another being’s health – be it humans, animals, or the environment.
 
Hope From Chaos


The exhibition continues with a showcase of the lives and works of the artists during the pandemic with their personal stories and practices crafted to be poignant and contemplative. It features works by artists worldwide from China, South Africa, United Kingdom, Canada, and South Korea.

Learn more about Hope from Chaos: Pandemic Reflections. Book your tickets here.
 

Radical Curiosity: In the Orbit of Buckminster Fuller (22 Jan – 10 Jul 2022)

Radical Curiosity: In the Orbit of Buckminster Fuller was created in partnership with Fundación Telefónica, Madrid and guest curators Rosa Pera and José Luis de Vicente. This exhibition follows the life and work of visionary Buckminster Fuller.

 

Radical Curiosity

Having worked across multiple disciplines including art, mathematics, architecture, education engineering, metaphysics, and design, Mr. Fuller predicted many of humanity’s global crises. He worked tirelessly to keep humankind safe and thriving on this planet, which he referred to as ‘our spaceship Earth’.
 
Radical Curiosity


Many of the modern, multi-disciplinary innovations were inspired by Mr. Fuller’s collaborations with some of the 20th century’s most respected thinkers, artists, creators, and architects.

Find out more about Radical Curiosity: In the Orbit of Buckminster Fuller. Book your tickets here.
 

 

VR GALLERY

 

VR Gallery

The VR Gallery at ArtScience Museum is a permanent exhibition that uses innovative VR artworks to celebrate curiosity and experimentation. Visitors can push the boundaries of reality and discover new worlds with state-of-the-art headsets and controllers. Immerse yourself in experiences from some of the world’s most famous artists, scientists, museums, and film festivals.
 
VR Gallery

Learn more about the VR Gallery. Book your tickets here.
 


If you love exploring the latest exhibitions, sign up for the ArtScience Friends membership programme for free unlimited visits all year round, priority entry, and exclusive member previews. You can also redeem all-day parking benefits and attractive discounts at The Shop at ArtScience Museum.

ArtScience Friends is an extension of the Sands Rewards programme at Marina Bay Sands. Stay, shop, or dine at Marina Bay Sands to enjoy exclusive benefits like all-day parking, instant Reward Dollars, and members-only offers. Learn more with our guide and become a member for FREE.

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