Human destiny tied to nature

By Lin Qi | China Daily | Updated: 2019-09-12 09:00
Black and White Mindsby Stanislav Buban from Slovakia.[Photo provided to China Daily]

"When I was a little girl, I liked observing birds and insects in the wild and forests, I wanted to see how they evolved and got along with each other.

"Every life, even as small as a bee, is of vital importance to the ecosystem, as well as the existence of men (and women). All the lives are linked to each other, and share a future," she says.

Zou Wen, a professor at Tsinghua University's Academy of Arts and Design, says artists are among the groups of people that advocate diversity, and at this year's Beijing biennale, they call for a common understanding of human destiny through their diverse approach to art.

He says the works on display tell visitors that people share a common destiny despite existing cultural differences when facing the same ecological crisis.

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