iLight Marina Bay 2017 is in town!
iLight Marina Bay is one of my favourite festivals in Singapore and it’s back!
So far I managed to see each and every edition of this sustainable light art festival. I wrote about previous editions here (2010), here (2012), here (2014) and here (2016). If you’re a fan of light art be sure to check out those articles, because the pictures will make you drool!
iLight Marina Bay is a free festival. (Note: there may be a fee for some of the partner-attractions on site.)
There are 20 light art installations placed all around Marina Bay.
Opening hours: 7.30 pm -11.00 pm, fridays and saturdays until 12.00 midnight.
End date: march 26th 2017
Frits and I went to the festival on its second night. The sky and the light were sort of greyish/yellow. We have been having lots and lots of rain lately, and this had been one of those wet days. At least it was dry when we went to Marina Bay.
At night the Urchins looked very pretty too.
Visitors were allowed to stand under/inside them and take selfies, but there was quite a queue (yes, folks, this is Singapore…always queueing for something), so we decided to skip. Instead we took pics from a distance.
I expect to go back there at least one more time, so then I’ll take my chance to explore the urchins up close and personal.
Here are some of the other light art installations:
favourites of ‘the audience’
On social media I found out that the light art installation Horizontal Interference was a hit amongst the visitors of iLight Marina Bay 2017.
Which are your favourites?