Earth Alive
The Science Centre Singapore’s (SCS) Earth Alive gallery introduces visitors to the interconnectedness and interdependence of Earth’s systems. In partnership with SCS and the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS), the Exploratorium reimagined an existing gallery that brings Earth’s physical phenomena— earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, storms, and even climate change— to life.
The Earth Alive gallery covers content across four interconnected areas: atmosphere, hydrosphere, geosphere, and "human sphere." Exhibits such as Earthquake Simulator, Wave Tank, and Volcano Cross-Section provide visitors the opportunity to investigate Earth’s natural shifts and the resulting beauty and risk. Alongside exhibits such as Climate Chat and Bend the Carbon Curve, these experiences encourage visitors to analyze the consequences of their own decisions on the planet and society and help them understand our shifting planet and how we can respond to its changes.
Responsibilities: Interpretive planning; exhibit design (including the design of interior architecture and individual exhibits and exhibit vocabulary); art direction for graphic designer and media development; prototyping; oversight of the exhibit development, engineering and fabrication
Project type: Exhibition Design
Location: Singapore
Size of project: 5,000 sq. ft.
Team: Exploratorium, Science Centre Singapore, and Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS)
Open: 2020
Photos: Courtesy, Exploratorium & Science Centre Singapore

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