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 Blind River by Alex Turner at the Three Shadows Photography Art Centre in Beijing [Photo/Courtesy of Chanel and Three Shadows Photography Art Centre]

The curators designed the floor of the exhibition space as a flowing river that explores the possibility of human beings as a medium connecting both technology and human spirit.

On view at the Beijing show are also the results of the workshop "The Eagle Dream of Madame Darget" during the exhibition's first leg in Shanghai. The curators invited five local emerging artists Yan Jialin, Zhu Junqiao, Liu Yikun, Gao Kang and Zhang Yilin. Their works also explore the relationship between technology and invisible forces, forming a growing conversation inspired by the curatorial project.

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