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Decoding creativity

By Lin Qi | China Daily | Updated: 2017-07-11 07:09

Decoding creativity

Artworks by Li Songsong is on show at Minsheng Art Museum Beijing. [Photo provided to China Daily]

A contemporary art exhibition in Beijing shows the works of some 40 artists and provides clues to future trends. Lin Qi reports.

As technology enriches forms of individual expression, there are worries that it will gain even more control of people's lives.

So, how will the relationship between humans and technology evolve? How will human society change as machines and robots take on more manual jobs?

As people experience an explosion of information, are they becoming insensitive to their surroundings?

These topics are in the spotlight at a contemporary art exhibition now on at Minsheng Art Museum Beijing.

The third Exhibition of Annual of Contemporary Art of China looks at these developments in Chinese art in 2016, showing the works of some 40 artists and providing clues to future trends.

The artists are featured in the latest issue of Annual of Contemporary Art of China, a book published by the Center for Visual Studies of Peking University.

The book, which was released at the opening of the exhibition, showcases the center's efforts to monitor the contemporary art scene.

It features events, exhibitions and artists' creations in 2016.

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