A winding cavern of twinkling lights and unexpected turns, Phosphene invites visitors on a journey of inspiration and surprises, sparked by the beautiful moments of the Singapore Night Festival’ss decade-long journey.
The project molds the architectural facade of the National Museum of Singapore. It choreographs every part of the museum in a poetic ballet borrowed from technology where ancient and modern co-exist in great harmony.
The Standing Men interactive art installation call out to those strolling by to initiate a dialogue with them. Colours change and the statues come to life in an unpredictable way, transforming the installation into a ballet of light.
The Tree That Blinked is a series of portraits projected into a tree that toys with notions of identity, representation, and transformation.
To mark Singapore Night Festival’s tenth anniversary, Aesop offers a scent experience for the occasion. Visitors can use their nose to navigate the space, imprinting the aroma to memory for future recollection.
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