Exhibition looks into the future

By Lin Qi | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2018-09-19 15:09
Exhibits at Immortal City [Photo provided to China Daily]

The blurring boundary between art and technology — and its influence on people's lives — is being discussed in the creations of young artists around the world. Introducing different technological forms into their work, artists seek to engage their audiences on the subject of human nature, beliefs and values.

Vivid examples of such work are currently on display at an ongoing exhibition, Immortal City, held at the Binhai Art Museum and running until Sept 24. A part of the Tianjin Youth Art Week, the exhibition has been organized by Tianjin-based cultural institution, Ivy Art, as an annual platform to promote young artists since 2014.

On show are more than 150 artworks by artists from both home and abroad, including paintings, photos, videos, interactive installations, immersive works, sound art and work based on biological and digital technologies.

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