In collaboration with China Science and Technology Museum, the Embassy of Sweden and Academy of Art & Design at Tsinghua University the Swedish Institute is proud to present the Visual Voltage Exhibition – A Design and Art Perspective - in Beijing.
The Visual Voltage exhibition has been produced by the Interactive Institute for the Swedish Institute. The exhibition is part of the Swedish Institute´s environmental initiative – Facing the Future – Sustainability the Swedish Way. The aim is to promote discussion about sustainable societies and to make people more aware of environmental issues.
The Visual Voltage exhibition has received a lot of media attention during the international tour which started in October 2008 and has been greatly appreciated by more than 50.000 visitors in Shanghai, Washington, Brussels and Berlin.
Now it is time to present the exhibition to the audience in Beijing who are welcome to visit the exhibition and to join a free guided tours.
The exhibition Visual Voltage enables visitors to explore various forms of electricity and to experience and reflect on energy consumption. Some of Sweden’s best known artists and designers have been brought together with engineers, technical know-how and environmental consideration in this ground breaking exhibition. You will see electricity as never seen before.
By The Swedish Institute and the Interactive Institute in collaboration with China Science and Technology Museum, the Embassy of Sweden and the Academy of Art & Design at Tsinghua University.
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For more information please contact:
Li Xiaohan 13911325175, Pan Fei 13520213459, or email Beijing@visualvoltage.se
China Science and Technology Museum
Adress: No 5 Bei Chendong Road, Chaoyang district, 100012 Beijing