Something new is coming to ArtScience Museum’s Future World with five new digital artworks by teamLab being unveiled from 14 March 2020 onwards.
Future World is ArtScience Museum’s permanent exhibition. Launched in 2016, it features four key zones – City in A Garden, Sanctuary, Park and Space – filled with interactive exhibits and activities. Its exhibits have previously been refreshed in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
ArtScience Museum Future World 2020 Refresh
This latest 2020 refresh will feature four new digital artworks at the City in A Garden gallery, the first space which visitors encounter when entering Future World.
Proliferating Immerse Life, A Whole Year per Year is a giant interactive mural of blooming flowers. This will be the interactive installation’s Southeast Asia debut.
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100 Years Sea is a video work that combines traditional Japanese art with contemporary scientific data. It calls attention to the rising of the world’s sea levels over the next 100 years.
Impermanent Life, at the Confluence of Spacetime New Space and Time is Born depicts the cycle of life and death and reflects on the impermanence of life.
Enso – Cold Light is a digital artwork inspired by the Zen practice of drawing a circle in a single brushstroke. The artistic expression of zero or nothingness invites deep contemplation.
Away from City in A Garden, a fifth new digital exhibition will be introduced at Future World’s Sanctuary space.
The Way of the Birds is an installation based on the movement of a flock of birds. These respond to the visitor’s presence in real-time based on a computer programme.
To facilitate the installation of these new artworks, the City in A Garden and Sanctuary spaces will be closed temporarily from 1 to 13 March. During this time, Future World ticket prices will be temporarily revised. The refreshed Future World with the five new digital artworks from teamLab will ready to welcome visitors from 14 March 2020 onwards.