There’s Free Entry At This IG-Worthy Exhibition Celebrating Lee Kuan Yew’s Legacy — Runs Until Sep 24 Only
‘Now Is Not the Time’ is an exhibition that commemorates Lee Kuan Yew’s life and legacy in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of Singapore's founding father's birth. But make no mistake: this is no history lesson. Running from Sep 10 to 24 at the former power station in Pasir Panjang, the immersive showcase melds virtual production, AI, sculpture, film, design and more. The whole host of works by local artists, schools and even acclaimed American artist Daniel Arsham come together to tell the story of Singapore’s past, present and future in five zones sprawled across 40,000 sq ft.
Watch a video preview of ‘Now is Not the Time’ (click the full screen icon at the bottom right of the screen)
Now Is Not The Time
When: Sep 10-24, 11am-8pm daily
Where: 25 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 117356. Shuttle bus available to and from Harbourfront MRT Station from 10.30am to 8.30pm daily. Last shuttle service departs 8.30pm daily from the exhibition site to the pick-up point.
Tickets: Free entry. Visitors are required to register at www.nowisnotthetime.sg and select their preferred time slots (in 30-minute blocks). Open to visitors 13 years old and above.
Video: Pyron Tan