The ArtScience Museum is a public space where art and science collide, and where viewers are encouraged to examine the fast evolving and increasingly integrated role that technology is playing within culture and society at large. Situated in the heart of Singapore, the museum was opened in 2011 and its striking architectural design is said to have been inspired by the form of a lotus flower - stretching up to the sky from the Singapore River. The museum plays host to an impressive rotation of international exhibitions, is home to a large, permanent teamLab exhibition, and holds workshops, performances and educational programmes. As a result of the extraordinarily broad array of disciplines the museum collaborates with, the museum almost always has something unusual and interesting showing, and attracts an impressively diverse viewership across all ages.