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Digital multimedia art design of Beijing China Resources Ruifu Exhibition Hall
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The digital multimedia design of the exhibition hall of China Resources Group's top residential product demonstration area uses digital art to design and build the space, and uses LED screens and transparent screens to form a five-meter-long and two-meter-high holographic false visual space to create a high-end Zen space that matches the brand's temperament. In the future, derivative design can be carried out according to the change of theme content, and it is currently the largest holographic box in domestic real estate projects.

Designer: Yuelai Ruan

February 1982 Born in Wenzhou, Zhejiang
1998 - 2001 Middle School Attached to China Academy of Art
2001 - 2005, majoring in free plastic arts at the Willem de Kooning Academy of Fine Arts, the Netherlands, with a bachelor's degree
2005 - 2007, St. Jones Academy of Fine Arts, Netherlands, Master's degree
2021 China Academy of Art, Ph.D.
He is currently the deputy director of the Department of Public Space Art, China Academy of Art, and a member of the Zhejiang Sculptor Association; He is currently the director of the Landscape Installation Studio of the Department of Public Art. Main academic research direction: combine images, public art of multimedia, and landscape installation art.
Participated in the design project of the Zhejiang Pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo, the overall display design of the China Pavilion at the 2012 Yeosu World Expo in South Korea, the overall display design of the China Pavilion at the 2015 Milan World Expo in Italy, and the design of the core performance hall and exhibition items of the Hangzhou Low Carbon Pavilion.
His personal public artwork "Glimpses of Time" was collected by the government of Fenshui Town, Tonglu City in 2015, and "Memories of Yubo" was collected by the government of Xihu District, Hangzhou City in 2012. In 2014, he participated in the special planning of Tonglu County's history culture, and public art. In 2015, he completed the planning and design of Nanjing Jiangxinzhou public art. In the same year, he participated in the design and production of public art and public furniture in Yangzhou Ecological Science and Technology City.
Major awards in recent years: In 2011 Shanghai World Expo Advanced Collective Award; In 2011 Advanced Individual Award of China Academy of Art; In 2012 Teaching Achievement Award of China Academy of Art; In 2012, the work "Memories of Yubo" was awarded the Hangzhou People's Government Collection Certificate; In 2013, won the Outstanding Award of China Urban Sculpture Construction Project; In 2014, he won the 2014 Global Public Art CoD+A Public Election Award in the United States. The paper "Innovation, Make Science and Technology an Artistic Language - Research on Key Technologies Displayed in the Zhejiang Exhibition Area of the World Expo: Display Technology with Water System as the Core", published in "China Science and Technology Achievements"; "Zhejiang Pavilion Design - Interview with Yuelai Ruan", published in "Expo/Sibo/Vision China Academy of Art 2010 Shanghai World Expo Project Research Collection"; "Deconstruction and Reconstruction" is published in "Academic Sculpture".