post-title Amitabha – Boundless Buddha | Gruppenausstellung | Migrant Bird Space | 17.11.-15.12.2017

Amitabha – Boundless Buddha | Gruppenausstellung | Migrant Bird Space | 17.11.-15.12.2017

Amitabha – Boundless Buddha | Gruppenausstellung | Migrant Bird Space | 17.11.-15.12.2017

Amitabha – Boundless Buddha | Gruppenausstellung | Migrant Bird Space | 17.11.-15.12.2017

until 15.12. | #1763ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space shows from 17th November 2017 the group exhibition “Amitabha – Boundless Buddha” and opens up a novel interpretation of new media.

An experience which makes the Boundless Buddha a subject of discussion. We are very pleased to introduce you to 10 of our interdisciplinary and emerging talents on the fields of new multimedia artists from China: Feng Qie, Gao Yutao, Lei Benben, Li Zifeng, Lu Sisi, Luo Qiang, Ju Anqi, Shi Zheng, Wang Ruohan and Zhang Chong. Our carefully selected artists step back from traditional art and delve into new media art. They create new aesthetic perception, which they achieve through the combination of multiple dimensions, time, space, numbers and multimedia. Presenting a new generation of digital and multimedia art, these artists let us see their mental thoughts throughout their artwork. Further their work discusses biochemistry and nirvana in a new context.

The exhibition ‘Amitabha’ offers a glimpse into the creative practices of 10 contemporary artists from China. Visitors are invited to explore the new media maze through the individual perspectives of the participating artists who call it future destiny. The exhibition is divided into four themed spaces: Future & Landscape, Portraiture & Identity, Religion & Spirituality and Language & Calligraphy

Vernissage: Friday, 17th November 2017, 07:00 p.m.

Exhibition period: Friday, 17th November to Friday, 15th December 2017

Finissage: Friday, 15th December 2017, 07:00 – 09:00 p.m.

Zu Migrant Birds Space

 

Image caption: via Migrants Birds Space

Exhibition Amitabha – Migrant Bird Space | Contemporary Art ART at Berlin

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