Yesterday I went back and felt like Alice in Wonderland. Why? Let me show you in pictures why:
Along Bras Basah Rd I found myself walking under a row of giant table lamps. What happened? Did I just shrink?
|Lampounettes by TILT; a row of gigantic table lamps.|
A bit further down the road I began to think that not only I had shrank to miniature proportions, but on top of that I had landed inside a computergame, since numerous Green Invaders were lighting up all around me. Weird things were going on here!
|Green Invaders by Yves Caizergues is an army of eco-invaders inspired by the legendary video game.|
Having left these Green Invaders behind me I was hoping to wake up soon and snap back into reality.
Ah, there we had the SAM and lot of people in front of it. Looking pretty normal to me. Let's take a closer look, I said to myself.
Yep, see?, totally normal. Pffffff...what a relief!
But then...all of a sudden: sounds, music...and the facade of the SAM seemed to shiver!
|Lyrical Perspective by 1024 architecture is a visual and sound-based interactive mapping projection. The facade of the SAM comes alive with sounds.|
Oh boy, this gave me an Alice-in-Wonderland feeling all over again! But fortunately the building soon looked totally normal again...pfffff.
During the next 15 minutes or so, however, the building seemed to melt, to get distorted, to talk and even to crumble and desintegrate... Dunno what I had been drinking or eating, but this felt weird!!!
Wow, what a strange experience!
And to top it of I thought I saw a cloud in a building:
|The Cloud by SUPERBIEN. A projection of a colourful electrical cloud on a silent facade.|
But rest assured, dear readers, I came back to reality and am doing fine;-).
And to be serious: I enjoyed the Voyage Night Festival very much. The festival is still on tonight. With all of the above and more.
E.g. An Evening of Jazz@SAM or Le Pompon@SAM.
If you did not go to the Voyage Night Festival yet, tonight is your last chance, so go check it out for yourself!