Fictional Reality, Sino-French Digital Art Exhibition
Updated: 2014-06-04 08:28
French artist Damien Aspe's artwork is displayed at AV@AR exhibition to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of memorializing the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and France. Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn
On the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of memorializing the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and France, an exhibition, AV@AR, which gathers 14 pieces of digital art works from both Chinese and French artists, is ongoing at CMoDA (China Millennium Monument Museum of Digital Arts) in Beijing.
Under the theme of Creative Future, the exhibition includes three sections: a multimedia exhibition, an audiovisual programme, and an interactive music video lounge.
According to Nicolas Rosette, the curator from France, AV refers to audio and visual while AR refers to advance reality.
"AV@AR refers to the changes in digital production, expression and a new, advanced way of seeing the world," he says.
Led by artists such as Wang Zhenfei, Aaajiao and Francis Lam, the multimedia exhibition explores the evolution of the interactive experience, including light, volcanoes, the origin of human being, tribes, society, and cities.
The audiovisual programme consists of short films from, whilst the interactive music video lounge provides a multi-screen environment that seeks to engage the audience in new ways.
From June 1 to 22. At China Millennium Monument Museum of Digital Arts. No. 9A, Fuxing Lu (Road), North Gate, China Millennium Monument, Haidian District, Beijing.
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