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Last chance to see Future World's current art installations

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The eye-catching Future World exhibition that's permanently housed at the ArtScience has been a hotspot for Instagrammers to bag that money shot, but all good things must come to an end. Good news, the exhibition is set to undergo a makeover, unveiling new works of digital art on 1 September. Bad news, popular installations such as Crows are Chased and the Chasing Crows are Destined to be Chased as well, Transcending Space, Black Waves and Sketch Aquarium are bowing out to make room for the new pieces.

Catch the current stunning displays by award-winning Japanese art collective teamLab once last time. Head down before August 13 as the exhibition is closed from August 13 to 17 for the revamp. The popular Crystal Universe, where visitors enter a room filled with over 170,000 LED lights that change colours, is still available for viewing but come September 1, the exhibition unveils a host of refreshed installations so be sure to keep your eyes peeled and camera at the ready.

Book your tickets to Future World: Where art meets science here.

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