Modern Asian Art

Close-up of Japanese contemporary artist Tatsuo Miyajima’s installation work titled ‘Mega Death’ in Beijing. Using LED counters, computers, electrical circuits and projection videos that cycle through the numbers one to nine, Miyajima’s installations express his core artistic concepts derived from the Buddhist philosophy of ‘Keep Changing’, ‘Connect with All’, and ‘Goes on forever’, symbolising a vast realm of existential possibilities, the eternal nature of space and time, and the infinite cycle of life, death and rebirth. Or so it says here. (Photos: Nate Elliott)

MEGA DEATH by Tatsuo Miyajima at UCCA Beijing.

Hoto by Tatsuo Miyajima at UCCA Beijing.

Charming fellows, 798 art district, Beijing.

Gallery under construction, 798 art district, Beijing.

Big head, 798 art district, Beijing.

To the heavens! 798 art district, Beijing.

Graffiti, 798 art district, Beijing.

Graffiti, 798 art district, Beijing.

Graffiti, Moganshan art district, Shanghai.

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