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Artist's immersive show a digital interpretation of traditional culture

  
Via:  Buzz of the Orient  •  last year  •  3 comments

By:   By Lin Qi

Artist's immersive show a digital interpretation of traditional culture
 

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Artist's immersive show a digital interpretation of traditional culture

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Jin Jun's exhibition, The Interactive Ambience,shares his progress in providing an imme rsive travel through some of the best works in Chinese art history, with a philosophical contemplation. [Photo provided to China Daily]  BUZZ NOTE:  This exact same caption applies equally to every image following.

Jin Jun hails from a cross-disciplinary background: Born to an oil painter father, he was introduced to fine arts at a young age. He studied nuclear electronics at Tsinghua University, and transferred to pursue a master's degree in art and design in the United States. Now the vice-dean and professor of School of Design, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Jin has invested much time in the advancement of digital art especially, in recent years, in regenerating classic Chinese art and cultural traditions.

Jin's ongoing exhibition at Guardian Art Center,  The Interactive Ambience , shares his progress in the area to provide the audience an immersive travel through some of the best works in Chinese art history, with a philosophical contemplation.

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The space is projected with animated images from such masterpieces from centuries back as  Donut Peaches and Blue Birds  by the 12th-century court painter Li Di,  Water Album  by Ma Yuan a great painter of the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279) and  Lady Guoguo's Spring Outing  by Zhang Xuan living the eighth century.

The show through to May 27 is to enact a lively experience of  woyou  ("lying down and traveling"), phrased by ancient Chinese to describe the role of landscape paintings to bring the viewers visual and spiritual pleasures, even without journeying around, and to feel about the unity of people and universe. The exhibition is curated by Fan Di'an, dean of CAFA, who said at the exhibition opening that technology has brought to art both opportunities and challenges, and Jin has been at the forefront to create a new realm for digital art and approaches to communicate Chinese art.

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Buzz of the Orient
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1  seeder  Buzz of the Orient    last year

Previously I have posted an article that showed art gallery patrons experiencing, as one does here, in a display in China of works by Vincent Van Gogh.  The only time I ever experienced actually walking into and through an image was at the small Hologram Museum in New York City, 70 years ago.  I always imagined that it could be the future of television, but it still hasn't happened. 

 
 
 
Kavika
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2  Kavika     last year

A digital interpretation, new fields being explored.

 
 
 
Buzz of the Orient
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2.1  seeder  Buzz of the Orient  replied to  Kavika @2    last year

I'm sure we're going to start seeing more of this digital form of art.

 
 

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