Awarded exhibition bridges tech and spirit in Beijing

By Yang Xiaoyu | | Updated: 2024-05-14 17:22
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An installation view of Shaman Map II On the Road by Gu Tao at the Three Shadows Photography Art Centre in Beijing [Photo/Courtesy of Chanel and Three Shadows Photography Art Centre]

They each suggested four relevant artists whom they know personally or through friends and then started researching their work and lives. Through interviews and in-person visits, they found that those artists, though from different backgrounds, had shockingly similar answers to questions such as how to balance making a living and art creation, how to deal with a plethora of information every day, and how to tackle the pressure caused by social media.

"We saw an inherent connection among the work of those artists faced with a similar predicament in today's globalized world and they try to navigate their predicament by resorting to either modern technology or invisible spiritual forces," Gan said.

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