Have you heard about this i Light exhibition where different artist showcased their light installations along Marina Bay? This year is the third year they are having this annual exhibition and finally I managed to visit this exhibition this year! 🙂
The Pool, an group of giant, concentric circles created from interactive circular pads is one of the interactive installation where kids are having a fun time playing on it. By entering The Pool, visitors enter a world where play and collaborative movement create swirling effects of light and color.
Do you know the meaning of this Chinese Idiom? visit the iLight website and find out more 😉
The Guardian Angels. Yes the plants needa water, especially from the dry spell that we’ve been facing the past one month.
Touch my heart… …
In need of someone to cuddle with?
Introducing my new friend, Melvin 😀 !
Loved this installation..
This installation is working perfectly fine and im sure most of the public may have missed it. It’s not as glowy and eye catching as the other installations. You will have to stand in the front to see it glow as it captures the lighting from the surrounding, the skyscrappers and reflects the light to make itself glow~ Interesting right? and yes in a way, zero electricity consumed.
Starry night~ the led lightings on this installation will form different horoscope signs from time to time. 🙂
are you able to tell which animal is this?
a pool of rainbow lights by the name of iSwarm…
Make a wish?
Projection on the art science museum. NICE~!!!
Huge ring light for self portrait? hahaha~
1.26 Singapore, an installation inspired by the traditional craftsmanship of fish net weaving.
One of the most popular photo spot in the iLight exhibition. I love this too as it looks really pretty lor~
Very smart of Mel to use his iPhone Led to light up our face~ hahahaha~
Giant Dandelions is a forest of 90 larger-than-life light flowers where people can freely walk through. The installation features flowers of varying heights. Another well-like photo spot too!
Overall it’s really an enjoyable experience viewing these interesting light installations along Marina Bay. Do visit them before it’s over and yes, it’s free for all ! 😉
For more information, visit i Light Marina Bay 2014 website