Virtuality

Located on the second floor of 36 East Broadway street in Chinatown, 7s lab is a special space supporting various events and conversations about Chinese cultural. A collaborative art exhibition with the theme of “Virtuality” was opened here last Friday June 23rd.

This exhibition features artworks from three Chinese artists. They hold different interpretations for the word “Virtuality”. Questioning if everything in our life is virtual, Ye Jiang installed a key onto a painted canvas, leaving a shadow that serves as a binding line between virtuality and reality. Ding Dong thinks the expressions of languages are virtual and uses ceramic carvings to represent the difference between English and Chinese. And He Huiqi tries to build a virtual environment in her film to connect the audience with our material world.

Intern reporter/editor: Yi Xie

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