安邸AD/Architectural Digest Magazine (AD) features the art studio of Tai Xiangzhou in its new column of Space·Home·Studio. Besides, this article from AD introduces how Tai Xiangzhou conveys his contemporary perception of the world through traditional Chinese mediums and how Tai innovates Song Dynasty ink-painting techniques and gradually forms his own style. Tai’s knowledge and interest in Chinese ancient astronomy also allow him to combine scientific rationale with Chinese classical literati spirit and infuse them into his own art-creation. As Tai said, “Nowadays, the traditions in ways of our thinking in fact did not change, but our traditions in techniques have changed. The development of science changes and expands our cognitive comprehension of the universe, and therefore, our artistic interpretation is changing too.”
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