Dreamlike Inflatable Installation By French Artist Is Making Its Way To Singapore This January
Following the Orient Express exhibition, KAWS:HOLIDAY sculpture and Museum of Ice Cream (still ongoing), a new international attraction that's landing on our little red dot is a dreamy purple inflatable installation.
Keep reading to find out more!
Titled 'Remember your dreams', the larger-than-life installation by French artist and architect Cyril Lancelin was commissioned by Porsche under its new art initiative, "The Art of Dreams".
The art installation was first showcased in Paris in October 2021, and is now making its way to Singapore as its first stop in Asia. Its new temporary home will be at Marina Bay Sands for a little over a week from 21 to 29 January 2022.
Photo from Benne Ochs
Measuring 10 x 12.4 x 7.6 metres, this immersive artwork is a giant inflatable structure with a striking repeated motif in an ethereal lilac hue. The colour was chosen after Lancelin came across a Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 in that very shade and felt that it was perfect for making the installation feel like an illusion.
Like its name suggests, Remember your dreams explores the motif of dreams and aims to provide its audience with a drive to pursue theirs.
Photo from @wilda.travel via Instagram
As visitors step into the surreal environment, they step out of their everyday reality and enter an alternative world that sparks dreams.
If all that sounds unconvincing, there's no arguing that this art piece looks stunning and it would be quite the dreamlike experience to walk through it.
Photo from @alihelena_ via Instagram
Photo from Alessandro Garofalo
Follow Cyril Lancelin on Instagram @town.and.concrete to see more of his works.
The Art of Dreams – Remember Your Dreams by Cyril Lancelin
Address: Promontory at Marina Bay Sands, 11 Marina Blvd, Singapore 018940
Date: 21 – 29 January 2022
Opening hours: Mon to Fri: 2 - 10pm; Sat, Sun & PH: 12 - 10pm
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