Featuring the series of sculptural works by Geng Xue, the exhibition references the sacred mountain Mount Sumeru, considered as the center of the physical and spiritual universe in Buddhist cosmology.
The thin and delicate porcelain Blank Paper considers everyday objects in what seems a very simple way. Paper serves as a medium on which to write and record, but it is what the viewers sees that forms the work.
With her unique and complete view of the world, He Yisha started to reinterpret, and recover the forgotten and hidden information in the form of art, to restore the “Jiuge” to the “world” from the “literature”, so that it is possible to continue the spiritual spectrum which was broken by the ideological spectrum.
Having graduated from the Mural Painting Departmentof the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Li Xiaofeng began his artistic career as a muralist, but quickly turned his attention to sculpture, in order to explore the concept of Chinese landscapes. Instead of the materials usually used in this art form (marble, wood or glass), Li decided to...
Taking "In Home" as its theme, the exhibition run from September 26 through to October 8, 2012, presenting the works by the junior students majoring in Industrial Design.