Immersive Art Experiences at Gravity Art Museum
Published: Jun 16, 2024 07:59 PM
The spring trio exhibitions at Beijing Gravity Art Museum.

The spring trio exhibitions at Beijing Gravity Art Museum. Photo: Beijing Gravity Art Museum offical

The spring trio exhibitions at Beijing Gravity Art Museum—Yang Song's Yang Song: Speed, Light and Matter, Chen Songlin's solo exhibition Beyond A Declaration of Time, and Liu Danqi's window project The Distraction of the Bystander are nearing their conclusion. 

Throughout the exhibition period, the Gravity Art Museum has curated a series of public education programs, blending both academic and experiential activities.

The exhibition Yang Song: Speed, Light and Matter marks Yang's first major institutional solo exhibition in Beijing. The exhibition presents an overview of Yang's work, as well as several new large-scale immersive installation works that Yang has created specifically for the museum.

In his solo exhibition at Gravity Art Museum, artist Chen Songlin deconstructs his own creation. He has formed two theatrical exhibition spaces within the museum, reflecting his future vision of transitioning sculptures from movable pieces to a re-creation that integrates sculpture with spatial environments.

Artist Liu Danqi's work, presents as a painting installation and it recreates the artist's adventures in dreams. When the viewer looks at her works, vision, hallucination and dream are intertwined. Liu's work creates inner communication and resonance between the audience and the author.

The Gravity Art Museum is the first modern professional private art museum in Beijing's Shijingshan District. The museum integrates exhibition, collection, research, public education, and international exchange functions, providing audiences with a global perspective and diverse experiences.