I dragged Ottie along to new Future World: Where Art Meets Science exhibit at the ArtScience Museum last month. This collaboration with teamLab is a permanent exhibit, with certain elements to change over time. The trip took me back to my stint at UCLA REMAP (where it seems that I’m still on the team even though I haven’t been active in more than a year now…). It was my first foray into interactive media and was an awesome job with awesome people. I find myself missing those years, but then I think about all the glorious food that’s to be had here in Singapore and dissuade myself from making any more life-changing plans.
Anyway, Ottie enjoyed the exhibit, to his surprise; he thought that we were going to be staring at inactive art pieces. Boy, was he wrong. The exhibit was dark, so I was glad to have Ottie to cling to when we entered. It got better once we got closer to where the lit exhibits were. Here, in order of what you’d see starting from the entrance through to the exit (I didn’t catch all of the exhibits on my camera, but anyone on my Snapchat would have followed our museum adventure):
We sat down to do some colouring at the Sketch Aquarium. Jellyfish are one of my favourite aquatic animal, but I was pretty proud of my how-to-eat-fish guide! Hopefully someone will see my diagram swimming about and realise that eating fish is not that difficult after all… *looks pointedly at Ottie*
Crystal Universe was undoubtedly one of the more popular sites to get a photo at. So many people were gathered there trying to take a shot, that for a long time Ottie and I simply stood at the side enjoying each other’s company in front of the ever-changing lights (dictated via an app). It was a beautiful moment.
My museum outfit consisted of a Double Gauze Tunic off a MUJI sale rack. It was going for 30% off, I had a $10 voucher and $3 in my loyalty card, so this brought the price down from $59 to $28. Nubbad for such a comfy cotton top! It’s definitely one of the softest texture I’ve worn that’s 100% cotton.
I went on a Uniqlo wireless bra buying spree when they had one of those promos which cut the usual price down from $29.90 to $24.90. I’ve been needing to get new ones ever since my previous bratops had already been misshapen beyond comfort after five years of wear. These wireless bras are perfectly comfortable for my lack of fat tissue, and the Extra Soft series even dispenses with with clasp at the back. I also own the Beauty Light series which includes the clasps, but I think they’ve changed the formula slightly to make the cups larger. Not very happy about that, but they’re still way more comfortable than any painful wired contraption I’ve ever had to wrap around my chest.
According to my Instagram archive, I became a Uniqlo wireless bra convert a year ago!
Here, have a bonus capture of Ottie (This Guy Ah) shrieking in the unforgiving light of the truth.
Photos of me by Ottie.