Catch the lawn at the National Museum of Singapore turn into an underwater forest that explores the past, present and future of the world's oceans from surface to deep depths. Dive into the illuminated installation that takes you from the Arctic Ocean to Coral Gardens and into the enigma of the Volcanic Sea.
National Museum of Singapore Lawn, 7.30pm-midnight
Local artist Teng Kai Wei's honeycomb-inspired installation invites everyone to take The Leap of Faith. See your footsteps glow in the dark as you walk on the award-winning interactive installation.
Handy Road open space (outside The Cathay), 7.30pm-midnight.
Get the best of both worlds – fashion and technology – with the New Zealand-based design competition World of Wearable Art whose alumni includes designers responsible for the outfits of Lady Gaga, the Black Eyed Peas and Jessie J. Eight stunning creations including Singapore-based Galina Mihaleva's Life Pulse (Biological Micro-universe), are on display for all your avant-garde fashion inspo.
National Design Centre, Atrium, 7.30pm-midnight.
Now, here's a mesmerising spectacle you won't want to miss. Witness giant horses strut, gallop and maybe neigh around the precinct as the French outdoor theatre troupe Compagnie des Quidams dons larger-than-life luminous horses.
National Museum of Singapore to Campus Green, 7.45pm-11pm
UK troupe Lords of Lightning is making its Singapore debut with an electrifying display. Prepare for a jaw-dropping duel-like performance that produces nearly four million volts of electricity, and with the power of physics and art, sends crackling lightning bolts hurtling into the air.
7.45pm–7.51pm, 9.15pm–9.21pm, 10.30pm – 10.36pm
Snap one for the 'gram, this solar-system inspired installation features orbiting planets that activate a unique sequence of light and reflection when interacted.
Dhoby Ghaut Green, 7.30pm-midnight
For the first time, local lighting design and technology company Max Lab comes on board with a visual manifestation of wave energy transmission. Here, festival-goers are encouraged to move and twist a line of suspended light rods, and see the installation change in a wave-like manner.
National Museum of Singapore Front Lawn, 7.30pm-midnight