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Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition

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  1. Star Wars
    Photograph: Dewi Nurjuwita
  2. Star Wars
    Photograph: Dewi Nurjuwita
  3. Star Wars Identities
    Photograph: Marina Bay Sands and Lucasfilm
  4. Star Wars Identities
    Photograph: Marina Bay Sands and Lucasfilm
  5. Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition
    Photograph: Lucasfilm Ltd
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Time Out says

The Force is strong. The Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition has been extended until June 27, so there's still time to catch it at ArtScience Museum if you haven't already. The exhibition first landed its Millennium Falcon on our shores on January 13, and was slated to run until June 13. Singapore marks the final stop of its global tour, so you won't want to miss it out.

Get to know the Star Wars characters on a whole new level with close to 200 original props, costumes, models and artwork from the film franchise, as well as the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art archive. The exhibition includes one of Darth Vader's earliest outfits, the metal bikini that Princess Leia wore when she captured by Jabba the Hutt, and a model of the Imperial fleet, Star Destroyer.

It's not your typical movie exhibition either – Star Wars Identities takes you on a customised, interactive identity quest to gain new insights into how the characters were developed, so expect some surprises. It also gives you the opportunity to discover your own personal identities in the Star Wars galaxy and how the Force shapes you – are you on the Light Side or Dark Side? Are you a Wookiee, Nautolan, Ewok, or one of another dozen options?

To help you with your discovery, the exhibition has divided its study of human identity into three key themes: the characters’ origins (Origins), the influences that shaped them (Influences), and the personal choices that changed their lives (Choices). Within these three themes, another 10 components of human identity are explored including species, genes, culture, personality, and values. 

Whether you're a long-time Star Wars fan or testing the galaxy far, far away with The Mandalorian, this is one exhibition you just have to check out. Tickets are available at $25 (Singapore resident) and $32 (standard ticket) at all Marina Bay Sands box offices and website. Due to limits in venue capacity and timed entry to the exhibition, do purchase your tickets online prior to your visit to avoid any disappointment. For more information, visit marinabaysands.com.

Cam Khalid
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