On display 10 Jan–1 Mar 2020 at National Gallery Singapore, Level 1, Padang Atrium Be awed by this sublime cityscape within the Padang Atrium. Ethereal towers lit from within are suspended at different heights to resemble skyscrapers, creating a glowing city while illuminating this grand space. The towers seem to morph as you move around the installation and even appear see-through from certain angles. 'Floating City' is the first suspended installation in the Gallery’s Pada ng Atrium. During the Light to Night Festival, the lights will respond to the music from the performances taking place in the Padang Atrium, varying in colour and intensity. --- Nipek and KNOTS Floating City is a collaboration between Nipek and KNOTS. Nipek is a Singapore-based studio of eight lighting designers led by Shigeki Fujii. Its vision is to enrich people's lives by providing creative, comfortable and exciting lighting solutions for built environments. Since its founding in 2013, the studio has collaborated with renowned architects and designers from around the globe. KNOTS was established in 2016 by founder and principal designer, Koichiro Hiraike, and offers interior design and styling consultancy services. KNOTS’s timeless and understated works highlight the beauty in simplicity, while showcasing the client’s personality. --- Light to Night Festival 2020: Invisible Cities The Light to Night Festival returns in January 2020! For two weeks, art will extend beyond the walls of the Civic District's cultural institutions into the precinct's public spaces, transforming them with light, sound and movement. This installation is part of Light to Night Festival 2020: Invisible Cities, that takes place from 10–19 Jan 2020 across Singapore Civic District. For more information, please visit: https://www.lighttonight.sg or visit https://www.nationalgallery.sg
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