Shot at National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan.
The exhibited objects of this museum were collected before the Chinese Revolution in 1911. So at least more than 100 years have passed since they were made.
When I walked around the museum, I found a corner in which the modern technique was used to display. There was a big liquid crystal screen and an ink brush painting was shown on the screen. The screen was fine and it was hard to believe the painting was just displayed. Taiwan is one of the leading countries which products electronic hardwares. The traditional technique and the modern technique were fused together here.
Interestingly, the screen was movable. And the contents on the screen was depended on where the screen was. If you wanted to see another part of the painting, you could see it by moving the screen. The young man who stood in front of me seemed to be impressive like me.
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November 25, 2016
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