Digital exhibition of Chinese cultural relics to kick off in Paris
A digital exhibition featuring the cultural relics introduced in the 100-episode documentary "Every Treasure Tells a Story" will kick off in the Louvre Museum of Paris starting December 9, 2019.
The exhibition is to be held at the Carrousel hall, with the 400-square-meter space decorated into the shape of a mountain, with "ups and downs" on the ground, "crossways" and "caves." The area is divided into several parts with huge curtains.
No physical relics will be exhibited. Everything will be on display via a 360-degree hologram projection. The inspiration for the exhibition came from a documentary produced by China Media Group (CMG) named "Every Treasure Tells a Story."
The exhibition hall will look like a Boshanlu or hill-shaped censer with the installations and projections. The Boshanlu censer represents not only the cultural relics but also the ancient Chinese aestheticism. With such a design, visitors will feel like taking a walk in the mountains while watching the exhibition.