A new art exhibition “Treading Waves” is currently on display in our atrium at The Opposite House. Visually stunning and thought-provoking, the exhibition gives traditional objects and culture a contemporary and artistic new meaning.
Composed of ceramic roof tiles, “Treading Waves” challenges people’s habitual memory of hotel spaces and presents the natural ocean in an indoor space. The exhibition repurposes traditional roof tiles and uses them to form the motion of waves on the ground emphasising the contrast between rigid materials and fluidity of nature. Lights positioned beneath the tiles create a scattering effect that mimics the way sunlight is refracted underwater. It’s a meditation on the relationship between modern and traditional Shanghai.
The Opposite House
Taikoo Li Sanlitun North
No. 11 Sanlitun Road
Beijing, China 100027
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