Ma Jun’s Television

Mao’s Feet Ma Jun Mao's feet Porcelain

Tradition has become an obstacle of modern development. Consumers need not to care about tradition anymore. Modernization changed China greatly. Consumerism takes the place of the traditional art when the life style changes. Ma Jun described the change in his works “Porcelain Equipments” vividly. In his works, we could find both the artist’s memory of classic and his acceptance of consumerism, which are definitely the two aspects of modern urban life. (Via)

Ma Jun Television Porcelain

Here is a synopsis of imaginary tale of Chinese Porcelain “A Cup of Light” by Nicole Mones. (Scroll down)

More Ma Jun’s Television, cars, coca-cola and Chanel bottles here

Do you buy bottled water? Read this and think about the waste.
(Bicycle Mark drinks water from tap.)