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'FUTURE WORLD: Where Art Meets Science' in Singapore

17 March 2016

By Natalie White

Co-curated with teamLab, a globally renowned Japanese group of ultra-technologists and multi-award winning art collective, FUTURE WORLD: Where Art Meets Science at the ArtScience Museum, is Singapore's largest digital playground spanning 1,500 square meters, approximately a quarter of the museum's total gallery space.

The immersive and interactive exhibition allows audiences to become an intrinsic part of the artworks on display, as the installations dynamically evolve through their presence and participation.

"We are thrilled to launch Future World, ArtScience Museum's new permanent exhibition to mark our fifth anniversary. At ArtScience Museum, we explore the intersection between art, science, technology and culture... So, we are naturally drawn to teamLab's extraordinary work. Their fluid combination of artistic expression, technological ingenuity, scientific enquiry and their insistence that, 'we are the future' makes them ideal partners for ArtScience Museum," said Ms. Honor Harger, Executive Director of ArtScience Museum.

This is also teamLab's first and largest permanent Artwork exhibition outside of Japan.

Featuring 15 digital installations specially selected and put together from teamLab's extensive collection of works, Future World take visitors on a journey of discovery through four key narratives - Nature, Town, Park and Space.

More info here.

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