ArtScience Museum will be unveiling
ArtScience Museum will be unveiling a brand new exhibition which showcases the brilliant and multi-faceted life of Nobel Prize winning physicist, Richard Feynman, on 20 October.
Curated and produced by ArtScience Museum, in collaboration with Nanyang Technological University and Nobel Museum, All Possible Paths: Richard Feynman’s Curious Life celebrates the extraordinary achievements of Feynman. It is developed to mark Feynman’s centenary, which is being celebrated around the world this year.
All Possible Paths highlights how Feynman contributed to our understanding of the mechanisms of the universe, through his pioneering work on quantum mechanics. Feynman was known for his work in quantum mechanics, the basis of modern physics, and for many technological advances that now support our everyday lives.
The exhibition will also feature a collection of Feynman’s personal items, documents and letters, on loan from institutions and individuals from around the world.
Far from being a traditional biographical exhibition, All Possible Paths will take visitors deeper into Feynman’s science through art. Drawing inspiration from Feynman’s way of thinking, a collection of contemporary artworks will provide visual representations of six scientific topics core to Feynman’s work and a window into the world of quantum mechanics.
10am – 7pm
(Last Admission at 6pm)
During peak hours, a queue may be expected at the exhibition entrance. Visitors will be allowed into the exhibition as soon as we can accommodate.
October 20 (Saturday) - March 3 (Sunday)
ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands
6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974