From the New World | 来自新大陆
       
     
 From the New World is titled after Dvorak's Symphony No.9. The 2014 series marks a step forward in terms of digital technique—the piece is larger than ever and enriched with tremendous detail images. Also, Yang Yongliang conjuncted natural mountain rocks into the signature artificial landscape for the first time. Images of the mountain rocks are mostly taken in Iceland and Norway. In this piece he depicts a realistic but illusory new world.
       
     
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From the New World | 来自新大陆
       
     
From the New World | 来自新大陆

Artificial Wonderland II - From the New World

 From the New World is titled after Dvorak's Symphony No.9. The 2014 series marks a step forward in terms of digital technique—the piece is larger than ever and enriched with tremendous detail images. Also, Yang Yongliang conjuncted natural mountain rocks into the signature artificial landscape for the first time. Images of the mountain rocks are mostly taken in Iceland and Norway. In this piece he depicts a realistic but illusory new world.
       
     

From the New World is titled after Dvorak's Symphony No.9. The 2014 series marks a step forward in terms of digital technique—the piece is larger than ever and enriched with tremendous detail images. Also, Yang Yongliang conjuncted natural mountain rocks into the signature artificial landscape for the first time. Images of the mountain rocks are mostly taken in Iceland and Norway. In this piece he depicts a realistic but illusory new world.

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