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Documentation: ‘Crystal Coffin’ at AR Intervention Venice Biennale 2011

Reading: Venice at the digital divide by Pau Waelder

Crystal Coffin – virtual China pavilion, concept by Lily & Honglei, AR visualization by John Craig Freeman.

Mobile phone screenshot by John Craig Freeman, Mark Skwarek, from Venice Biennale 2011, Italy –

'Crystal Coffin' mobile phone screenshot by John Craig Freeman, Venice Biennale 2011
Crystal Coffin - Virtual China Pavilion by Lily & Honglei, John Craig Freeman, Venice Biennale 2011


Video documentation by John Craig Freeman


Video documentation by John Craig Freeman


Video documentation by Sander Veenhof

 Find more at http://manifestarblog.wordpress.com/lily-honglei-venice-2011/

By Lily Honglei

Lily Honglei, artist collaborate from Beijing, is currently base in United States. Their creative projects integrate digital imaging technologies, such as Augmented Realty, Virtual Reality and digital animation, with traditional art mediums to comment on current global societies as well as the relationship between Asian cultural heritages and globalization. Their projects received awards and grants from Creative Capital, New York Foundation of Arts Fellowship and Fiscal Sponsorship, New York States Council on the Arts, Queens Art Council, among others.

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