Christmas will be like no other this year at S.E.A. Aquarium as for another year, Singapore’s famous aquarium transforms into a mystical water wonderland filled with glowing sea creatures, stunning light art installations, and a first-of-its-kind underwater LED dive appearance. This year’s edition of S.E.A. Aquarium’s Glowing Ocean puts spotlight on the science behind the signs and signals emitted by the ocean’s hues. As vibrant as these colours are beautiful to look at, the luminosity of the ocean serve as warning signals on the adverse effects of climate change on marine life. It marks a collaboration with artists who will convey the dramatic impacts of climate change through their signature art styles and interactive installations, as well as how the public can make a positive difference to marine life. Guests can look forward to four installations:
The Hidden Truth
Armed with a UV torch, guests can uncover hidden messages on an interactive mural by doodling group Band of Doodlers.
When Corals Fade
Conceptualised by RWS’s creative team, When Corals Fade depicts how rising temperatures trigger an ominous chain reaction which causes multi-hued corals to bleach and eventually die.
Designed and created by local crocheting artist Kelly Limerick along with 20 volunteers, this life-sized kelp forest is made from upcycling plastic waste.
Beautiful Warning Signals
A collaboration between Milan-based art and design duo Carnovsky andSingapore’s Kult Studio & Gallery, young learners will learn through a light-art installation, how much harm plankton growth and algae bloom can pose in the ocean.
Tickets are available through Resorts World Sentosa.
Singapore’s famous aquarium transforms into a mystical water wonderland filled with glowing sea creatures, stunning light art installations, and a first-of-its-kind underwater LED dive appearance.
Now - January 1, 2020.
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