First, I went to the Art Science Museum. They had two exhibitions, which were Future World and Human+. They also had “Into the Wild”, which was a permanent development and for free. The entrance fee for one exhibition was $17. I decided to see the Future World Exhibition, which as a tag line “Where Art Meets Science”.
Future World was organised into 4 themes : Nature, Town, Park, and Space, each of which used cutting-edge science and technology to create constantly evolving environments, which visitors of all ages were invited to enter and explore.
In Nature, there were 2 galleries, first was “Transcending Space”, which brought visitors to the heart of nature. And the second gallery was “Black Waves”, which combined the elegance and beauty of traditional Japanese art with contemporary scientific data. This poetic rendition of nature invited visitors to contemplate and meditate.
I love this place was because they are really concerned about every detail and the meaning of the gallery. They also thught about the transition from Nature into the Town by providing a slide through the Fruit Field. The cycle of life, death and rebirth was symbolized as the visitors glide down the slide to depart Nature and enter into Town.