AboutThe exhibition shows the process of adapting the ancient Chinese Painting Nymph of the Luo River.
Nymph of the Luo River is a depiction of the famous prose-poem by Caozhi (AD 192232). It talks about a doomed romance and describes a romantic encounter with the nymph, or goddess, of the Luo River in central China. 'Men and Gods must follow separate ways'.
A Chinese artist named Gu Kaizhi adapted this poem into a long-scroll painting. Chunhui attempts to make the painting into a 3D digital animation, to achieve this goal, Chunhui conducted a number of tests.
This exhibition includes 2D and 3D digital drawings, storyboard, and other media.
Private view 6pm Friday 16th May
Soft drink and snacks will be provided.
17 May, 12am - 6pm
18 May, 12am - 6pm
Location: 5th Base Gallery, 23 Heneage St, London E1 5LJ