From a light maze on the Padang to promenade theatre by disabled performers: 7 highlights of the Light To Night Festival 2020

From a floating city inside the National Gallery to giant inflatable "five stones" inspired by the childhood game, here is a sneak peek of this year's Light To Night Festival.
The facade of the Asian Civilisations Museum is lit up with artwork as part of the Light To Night Festival, a marquee event of the Singapore Art Week.
The facade of the Asian Civilisations Museum is lit up with artwork as part of the Light To Night Festival, a marquee event of the Singapore Art Week.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
Light projection on Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall on Jan 7, 2020.
Light projection on Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall on Jan 7, 2020.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
 Floating Cities is the first hanging installation at the National Gallery Padang Atrium.
Floating Cities is the first hanging installation at the National Gallery Padang Atrium.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
Floating Cities is the first hanging installation at the National Gallery Padang Atrium.
Floating Cities is the first hanging installation at the National Gallery Padang Atrium.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
Large-scale inflatable Five Stones on Cavenagh Bridge.
Large-scale inflatable Five Stones on Cavenagh Bridge.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
The installation Shadows of Dust and Clouds by Vertical Submarine has a melting mirror which reveals hidden messages during the night and blurs the distinction between dreams and memories, confusing shadows and ink.
The installation Shadows of Dust and Clouds by Vertical Submarine has a melting mirror which reveals hidden messages during the night and blurs the distinction between dreams and memories, confusing shadows and ink.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
Light Lane by Felix Marzell is made up of stationary bicycles that project shadows from the moving wheels onto the Esplanade Park sidewalk.
Light Lane by Felix Marzell is made up of stationary bicycles that project shadows from the moving wheels onto the Esplanade Park sidewalk.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
Light Lane by Felix Marzell is made up of stationary bicycles that project shadows from the moving wheels onto the Esplanade Park sidewalk.
Light Lane by Felix Marzell is made up of stationary bicycles that project shadows from the moving wheels onto the Esplanade Park sidewalk.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG

SINGAPORE - The Light To Night Festival returns to the heart of the civic district with two weekends of installations, performances and food. From a light maze on the Padang to promenade theatre by disabled performers to lobster rolls from Lobster Shack, the event promises to be an Instagram and foodie magnet from Jan 11 to Jan 19. 

This is the fourth edition of the festival, a marquee event of the Singapore Art Week. 

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