“Go on, touch it and smell it. Kiss it if you want.” Norwegian artist and scent researcher Sissal Tolaas isn’t the only one coaxing everyone at the media preview of the Light to Night Festival to get up close to the works. Visitors are invited to see, hear, smell and even touch the pieces at this year’s Light to Night Festival's Singapore Art Week edition (Jan 18-27). Together with the second part of the festival — the Singapore Bicentennial edition (Jan 28-Feb 24) — that’s a whopping six Instagrammable weeks at the Light To Night Festival 2019 you can look forward to. There’s a lot going on, we know, so we trekked round the Civic District, where all the action happens, and tell you what to look out for at the Singapore Art Week installment of the Light to Night Festival. 

Photos: Kevin Lau

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