ArtScience Museum Presents Attack On Titan: The Exhibition


Her Southeast Asian debut coincides with The Final
Season 2 of the critically acclaimed series

SINGAPORE (January 17, 2022) – Visitors will soon be able to enter a world where the existence of humanity is threatened by gigantic humanoids at The attack of the Titans: The Exhibition, opening at the ArtScience Museum on February 19, 2022.

Based on the best-selling Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama, the exhibit will draw visitors into his visionary imagination, showcasing his complex world-building and living characters.

Organized by SPACElogic, The attack of the Titans: The exhibition will premiere in Southeast Asia at the ArtScience Museum during the highly anticipated release of The Final Season Part 2 of the anime adaptation on Netflix this month.

As viewers watch the climax of the saga, visitors to the ArtScience Museum will encounter Hajime Isayamaof master storytelling and artistic vision over the past decade. With over 180 works by Hajime Isayama ranging from the early days of the manga to the present day, The attack of the Titans: The exhibition will also feature new pieces that have not been exhibited anywhere else in the world, as well as drafts and sketches from his archive.

Hajime IsayamaThe dark fantasy of began in 2009 with the premise that humanity is on the brink of extinction, hiding behind walls to fight against mindless but powerful man-eating humanoids known as Titans. Since then, the story has evolved into an elaborate saga that transcends cultural boundaries, spawning live-action film adaptations and captivating a global fanbase with over 100 million copies of the manga sold in print. While the manga’s recent conclusion marked the “end of an era” after an 11-year publication, the series’ popularity is growing with its ongoing anime adaptation – its recent release of The Final Season Part 2 coinciding with The attack of the Titans: The exhibition.

Visitors and fans will soon be able to enter Hajime IsayamaThe Sprawling Dystopia, which will feature an immersive animated battle sequence set in The Great Titan Theater as well as exhibits of Titans, characters, and items from the manga. Hajime Isayama made the following comment when The attack of the Titans The FINAL exhibition was held in Japan in 2019:

Attack on TitanIt’s been 10 years since I noticed the serialization. To all the readers and other related parties I have had a long relationship with you for a long time. “I’m glad I’ve read it so far.” As you can imagine, I am currently moving the pen as hard as I can toward the end.Today is “Advance Enjoy the “Giant Exhibition FINAL” and continue to enjoy “Giant Exhibition FINAL”Attack on TitanI hope you can play as you like.

It’s been 10 years since I started writing The attack of the Titans. First of all, I would like to thank all the readers and actors involved for their endeavor throughout these years. Towards the end of the series, I’m currently doing everything I can to get your reaction to be “I’m glad I kept reading so far.” Hope you enjoy it The attack of the Titans FINAL exhibition and I would be happy if you continue to engage with The attack of the Titans in the future.
Hajime Isayama, 2019

“The show has since ended, but I’m not sure everyone here is thinking, ‘I’m glad I read this. However, my feelings have not changed. Today I hope you enjoy Attack on Titan: The Exhibition and I would be happy if you continue to immerse yourself in the world of The attack of the Titans and engage with the characters however you want,” added Hajime Isayama.

“Singapore is a familiar place to me as it was my very first trip abroad, both personally and for work. I gave a talk on The attack of the Titans at the National University of Singapore and also traveled there with Isayama-sensei for separate vacations. I have many wonderful memories of Singapore and it would not be an exaggeration to say that holding The attack of the Titans: The exhibition here was a long-time wish. We look forward to sharing new and wonderful memories with the people of Singapore and hope to see you all at the exhibition! noted Shintaro Kawakubo, Attack on Titan Editor, Weekly Shonen Jump Editorial Department, Kodansha.

“ArtScience Museum is delighted to be working with SPACElogic and the The attack of the Titans team in Japan to bring this cultural phenomenon to Singapore for the first time. With The attack of the Titans: The exhibition, our visitors will discover the creative vision behind one of the world’s most successful manga stories, and see why the series has achieved such international acclaim for its compelling characters, intricate themes, and technical art,” said Honor Harger, vice president of attractions. , Marina Bay Sands.

“Launching this exhibition as The attack of the TitansThe latest episodes of hitting our screens couldn’t be more timely. At first glance, Hajime IsayamaThe science fiction world of may seem far removed from the reality we currently live in. However, if we delve deeper The attack of the Titans, themes like hope and perseverance stand out as common threads. We also witness the resilience and ingenuity of the characters as they overcome the aftermath of an epidemic in their own world. Stories such as Attack on Titan give many of us a sense of escape, but they can also remind us of our humanity and courage in the face of difficult circumstances,” added Harger.

“As the worldwide phenomenon of the manga industry in Japan continues to grow, we wanted to present a unique experience that delves deeper into the world of The attack of the Titans. This is a particularly important trip for SL Experiences as this is our very first licensed exhibition, which we hope to bring many more to in the future. We are truly honored to have received the trust of the The attack of the Titans committee and AIP Global to develop an experience that would suit this multi-award winning Japanese manga created by Hajime Isayama. Making its Southeast Asian premiere at the ArtScience Museum, we hope everyone can experience the beauty of this hugely successful manga, as the exhibit offers one of the largest and most comprehensive experiences for visitors. said Augustus Peh, President and Founder of SPACElogic and SL. Experiences.

The first iteration of The attack of the Titans: The exhibition attracted over 450,000 visitors when it was shown across Japan from 2014 to 2015. It has since expanded to incorporate new artwork and content from the latest manga chapters. This presentation at the ArtScience Museum marks the overseas debut of the exhibition in its latest form.

the The attack of the Titans: Highlights of the exhibition

In the series, a faction of humanity lives on an island surrounded by huge walls that protect them from the Titans while others live outside of it. Visitors entering the exhibit will have the option of choosing a route and beginning their journey as someone born inside or outside the walls. As the paths diverge, the opposing factions will focus on different aspects of the battle – the devils residing on Paradise Island and the warriors bent on destroying the walls – before converging in an inevitable collision.

In the next area, visitors will get a glimpse of the world of Titans seemingly jumping off pages and wall panels. Visitors will learn about iconic characters like Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Levi, Reiner and Erwin as they fight for survival and unravel the mystery of the Titans.

Through Hajime Isayama‘s, the exhibition will explore manga’s worldview from different angles and showcase the evolution of its art. Artwork includes early concept drawings and storyboards with hand-written dialogue by Hajime Isayama himself.

Another highlight of the exhibit is the Great Titan Theatre, where visitors can witness an epic clash between the Attack and the Armored Titan. As the battle unfolds on a 10-meter screen, visitors will see a spectacle unfold among the ruins of a battlefield.

The exhibition will include an interview with Hajime Isayama, who will talk about the manga and reflect on the decade he spent creating it. Along with its immersive environment, interactive screens, and behind-the-scenes content, the exhibit will mark the manga’s conclusion and the anime’s final season.

The attack of the Titans fans will be able to purchase exclusive merchandise that can only be found at the Exhibit Shop and pose with their favorite characters and Titans in a photo booth.

The attack of the Titans: The Exhibition will take place from February 19 to July 3, 2022.

Tickets and reservations

Tickets are available for purchase from January 20 at all ticket offices and on the Marina Bay Sands website. Due to the exhibition’s limited capacity and entry schedule, visitors are also strongly encouraged to pre-purchase tickets online prior to their visit.

Ticket prices as follows:

SINGAPORE RESIDENT (SGD)
Adult: 18
Concession : 14
Family: 50

BILLET STANDARD (SGD)
Adult: 21
Concession : 16
Family: 58

SRL TICKET (SGD)
Adult: 14.70
Reduced: 11:20 a.m.
Family: –

For more information on The attack of the Titans: The exhibition, visit
https://www.marinabaysands.com/museum/exhibitions/attack-on-titan.html