Love The Last March @ Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Love the Last March

On 19 May 2023, WWF-Singapore and Australian collaboration artist couple, Gillie and Marc Schattner commemorated National Endangered Species Day with the launch of the longest sculpture in the world – Love The Last March.

On display at Singapore’s iconic Gardens by the Bay, it features 45 life-size, endangered animals cast in recycled bronze.

Nestled within lush surroundings, the couple’s latest sculpture depicts the greatest animal march coming together to save wildlife. A mission to rewild the world and spread the message that it is possible to share our world with the wild.

Each of them is based on real animals that Marc and Gillie have photographed and sketched over the years, giving you as accurate an image of each animal as possible. Their eye for detail was honed over their years of growing up with wildlife, which helped them develop a deep appreciation for all living things and a desire to preserve the natural world. As you walk through the installation, witness the intricate details of each sculpture, and feel a sense of awe and wonder at the magnificence of Earth’s diverse wildlife.

Understand and make a difference

Be sure to immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Love the Last March. Marvel at the intricate sculptures and let their beauty and message inspire you. It serves as a powerful reminder of our responsibility to protect our friends in nature. Importantly, it urges us to reflect on the impact of our activities on the environment and inspires us to support conservation efforts.

Each sculpture has a QR code that allows visitors to be fully immersed in the wild through a ground-breaking Augmented Reality experience. It also provides more information about the animal’s diet, behaviour and why the species is endangered.

Donate to WWF-Singapore

Most importantly, visitors can also make donations which will go to WWF-Singapore’s conservation efforts in Asia and globally.

Even as we celebrate art and design, let us support wildlife, marvel at nature and understand the symbiotic relationship between the two. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to make a difference and ensure a sustainable future for generations to come.

The installation will remain at Gardens by the Bay until May 18, 2024.

About the artist

An Australian collaborative artist couple, Marc and Gillie are passionate eco-warriors and have dedicated their lives to protecting nature. They are known for their animal, human-animal hybrid and abstract sculptures which have been exhibited as public works of art around the world in New York, London, Shanghai, and Sydney. These displays have raised unprecedented awareness and funds to help save some of the world’s most endangered animals.

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We at JAB are proud to be the official design partner of this Gillie and Marc’s Love The Last March installation at our Gardens by the Bay, Singapore.

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