Most art galleries tend to be a bit dull; you walk around ooh-ing and ah-ing at the artworks and sculptures, but after awhile everything starts to look the same.
With the new digital gallery (Gallery10) that was launched on 31 Jan 2017 at the National Museum of Singapore however, you’ll get to see art merged with history, presented in a fresh new way through the use of technology.
A three part video installation by artist Sarah Choo Jing was commissioned as part of the launch, showcasing Singaporean dancers from different cultures practicing in the back alleys of cultural districts such as Chinatown and Kampong Glam.
So if you’re bored of just staring at artwork, how about checking out this unique showcase of technology and art?
Prices: $15 (Adult, all permanent galleries), $8 (Adult, special exhibition), $18 (All Access Pass)