Creative Intersections: Traces of Dragons
January 19 @ 10:00 am - February 25 @ 10:00 pmFree
Step into the mesmerizing world of Creative Intersections, where the Year of the Dragon sparks inspiration for contemporary interpretations of this legendary being. As part of the exhibition, the dragon comes to life in a breathtaking exploration of its multicultural, symbolic, and aesthetic significance. Shoppers and art enthusiasts alike can uncover the elusive nature of this mythical creature while embarking on a visual adventure through Funan’s immersive exhibition.
Look forward to exploring more awe-inspiring art installations at Funan during Singapore Art Week 2024: Dance of the Dragon and The Gachapartment Complex.
Dance Of The Dragon
This Lunar New Year, CapitaLand collaborates with one of Singapore’s leading creative studio and art collective, Tell Your Children, to showcase Dance Of The Dragon – An Animated Light Art Installation.
This animated light art installation is a modern interpretation of the traditional mythical dragon from the Chinese Zodiac. Presenting an immersive experience with a 10-minute light show that activates every 30 minutes, shoppers can delight in the vibrant display of light and music, which seamlessly integrates tradition with captivating and quirky digital animations. Spot it at Funan’s Level 1 Atrium from 18 January to 4 February 2024.
During this period, shoppers will be able to capture and share their fun moments with Dance of the Dragon through an interactive Instagram filter and stand a chance to win $50 eCapitaVoucher.
The Gachapartment Complex
In conjunction with Light to Night Singapore 2024: Reimagine, organised by National Gallery Singapore, Funan’s Underground Pedestrian Linkway in Basement 2 also features The Gachapartment Complex, designed by Illustrator and Designer, Nikkei.
Available from 19 January to 3 March 2024, this installation invites shoppers to explore a hidden utopia where toys lead lives akin to ours. The Gachapartment Complex will also feature an augmented reality (AR) element, developed during a mentorship program between Nikkei and Temasek Polytechnic students (Rachel Tan, Jochebed Chong and Celeste Ng).