i Light Singapore 2024

i Light Singapore 2024

i Light Singapore is Asia’s leading sustainable light festival held in Marina Bay.

Returning for its 10th edition this year, the festival will run from 31 May to 23 June 2024, with installations at satellite locations such as South Beach. The festival’s opening hours are 7:30 PM to 11:00 PM daily, with extended hours until 12:00 AM on Fridays and Saturdays. Opening hours for various programmes may vary.

Look out for these installations around the development:


Ye Sul E. Cho, Sara Ibrahim, Suz Ibrahim, Heather Noble
65 SQM @ SUSA SPACE (United Kingdom)
Location: Fountain Plaza, South Beach Avenue Level 1

Paying homage to Singapore’s maritime heritage, Lumi embodies the fluidity of meandering river paths and its state of perpetual flux.

This interactive installation invites play, connection and reflection within the bustling urban landscape. Tactile and immersive, it implores visitors to engage with one another and in the process, mould and remould the artwork in a shared act of co-creation. The repurposing of ordinary objects, such as yoga balls, demonstrates the transformative potential inherent in the mundane. Join in — to play, or to rest.

About the Artists

65 SQM @ SUSA SPACE, is a women-led collective focused on architecture, design and research. The studio places sustainability at its core, emphasising the reuse of materials. Driven by the principle of ‘design by making’, the practice seeks to free material from its form and form from its tradition. Through innovative design methodologies and early fabrication process, the studio’s goal is to reconstitute parts of traditional construction and cultural research to shape new and innovative spaces.


Josephine Pun Tsz Kiu (Hong Kong)
National University of Singapore (NUS)
Location: Courtyard between South Beach Tower and The Grand Ballroom, Level 1

Nestled in the embrace of the city, the luminous pavilion emerges as a contemplation on the voracious cycle of consumption. Its gentle luminescence is an alluring invitation to be mesmerised by the sight of light dancing upon the water within.

Made out of over 5,000 upcycled plastic water bottles — a staggering quantity that mirrors the relentless pace of bottle disposal in Singapore recurring every 7 minutes — The Lantern is a sobering physical embodiment of our collective harm to the environment. Yet, by harnessing the beauty of these upcycled materials, The Lantern is also a symbol of renewal and a call for bolder, innovative design approaches to shape a more sustainable future.

About the Artist

Josephine Pun Tsz Kiu is a Hong Kong-based designer pursuing a Master of Architecture at the National University of Singapore.

Driven by an inherent love for the environment, Pun often draws inspiration from the wonders of nature. With the belief that urban architecture should honour and be in harmony with the natural, she keenly explores the endless possibilities of building sustainably with designs that create a positive impact on the community and foster meaningful encounters and relationships.

For more information on other light installations, please see here.

Image courtesy of i Light Singapore

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