March 9th, 2012
The first video is very short as I accidentally stopped it. The second video is therefore a continuation of the first video and it not only has us talking about March 9th but also a little about March 10th and 11th however I will go into more detail on those days and show pictures from them in the next couple blogs 🙂 As well part two was videoed on the plane so it may be a bit harder to hear sorry!!
It mainly focuses on iLight which was an amazing Art Light Festival going on in Singapore! So enjoy!! 🙂
The Merlion statue on the bay being lit up
Merlion Statue x2
The storage/cargo boxes with light art in the bottom outer boxes. The ones that look white had a picture/art film playing on them throughout the night.
Myself at some lights ❤
The world will never stop moving even if you do
There was couches and little areas to sit set up in a parking garage
The Marina Bay
Coral iLight – Philippines/France display by Olivia d’Aboville – bring awareness to the pollution harming the reefs
water and lights
Marina Bay Sands on the left and the Art Science Museum middle right (this is the building Sharaya tried to explain that was like the opening tulip)
March 7th, 2012
Singapore Art Museum
Superman melted . . . no one can save us now?
Sheba Chhachhi – Winged Pilgrims: A Chronicle From Asia (2006)
Yayoi Kusama – Statue of Venus Obliterated By Infinity Nets 2/10 (1998)
I dont recall the name but I enjoy it.
This is a future wall of mine.
I am made for SAM.
Tegan and Sara
Now I don’t have to much to say other than they are an amazing musical experience! They knew how to entertain us through their amazing music but also through the way they interacted with the audience and the stories they told. They just compliment each other so very very well!!
Now I would normally just go on and on forever about like how awesome the show was and what not but it was like mucho time ago and my memory is not my friend right now so I can’t really spout off any awesome specific things. However, amazing moment . . . when it rained – we were all like hoping it was not going to rain because you don’t want the show to end prematurely right. But the rain came at the perfect time and in the perfect amount. With only a few songs left and just as they were doing a happy birthday song to the people of Saskatoon it started to rain. It was awesome because it gave the audience a new fresh life (as it was crazy hot and humid) and we all ended off the concert with this amazing new vibrance! It was an amazing moment and an amazing end to the long awaited show!
Thank you Sask Jazz Festival for bringing us someone who is just mind blowing!
Bitches be crazy (those with me will get this . . .) ha