Arts Picks: MeshMinds 2.0, Singapore Chinese Orchestra concert, and theatre productions

In the VR game Water Bodies by The MeshMinds Foundation, players can target microplastics in tap water.
In the VR game Water Bodies by The MeshMinds Foundation, players can target microplastics in tap water.PHOTO: THE MESHMINDS FOUNDATION
The Glass Bottle Music Machine is a musical instrument made of disposed glass bottles, which relates the sound produced to current global consumption.
The Glass Bottle Music Machine is a musical instrument made of disposed glass bottles, which relates the sound produced to current global consumption.PHOTO: THE MESHMINDS FOUNDATION

This exhibition organised by not-for-profit arts outfit The MeshMinds Foundation combines art and technology for good. More than 20 multi-sensory experiences, ranging from virtual reality games to music-making, have been curated to get viewers thinking about sustainable development and protecting the environment. In the VR game Water Bodies, players can target microplastics in tap water, while the Glass Bottle Music Machine is a musical instrument made of disposed glass bottles, which relates the sound produced to current global consumption.

WHERE: ArtScience Galleries, Level 4, ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Ave

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