Art museum in high-tech park

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Located in Beijing’s Zhongguancun Science Park, the One Art Museum is one of the museums built inside high-tech parks in China. Dedicated to integrating technology with art, the museum hosts exhibitions which can help spread scientific knowledge and showcase technological advancements.

A new exhibition called “Dot” is currently on display at the museum, presenting 24 groups of ceramic artworks by Chinese sculptor Zhi Min. Focusing on “temperature, substance, and state,” the pieces aim to show the charm of Chinese ceramic culture, popularize ceramic techniques, and provoke thinking about nature.

Art museum in high-tech park
A ceramic artwork named “Zhou” (boat) is displayed at the One Art Museum in Beijing’s Zhongguancun Science Park, Feb. 8, 2022. [Photo by Zhang Liying/China.org.cn]
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