Depicting the greatest animal march on Planet Earth, join us on Endangered Species Day 2023 (19th May) as Singapore plays host to the longest sculpture in the world – Love The Last March!
Designed by internationally renowned artists, Gillie and Marc are here for the first time with their biggest sculpture yet! Well-known for their monumental public sculptures that bring awareness to wildlife through their art are seen in major capital cities across the globe. An augmented reality also awaits the public, allowing the animal sculptures to leap out of their static bronze bodies and begin their march, making it seem as though they are marching LIVE together for their lives.
Love The Last March is designed to be interactive. Walking past each animal, the public will be able to scan QR codes which take them to an informative web page so they can learn about the animal behind the sculpture. Here they can learn about its behaviour, what it likes to eat, and most importantly, why it is threatened.
📅 19 May 2023 to 18 May 2024
📍 Gardens by the Bay
The World’s Largest Public Sculpture Is Marching To Save All Wildlife. Find out more here.
Organised by Gillie and Marc, In partnership with WWF-Singapore.
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