Artists use light, color, water temperature, and space to challenge the status of one's relationship both with nature and one's urban surroundings.

The prolific Danish artist Olafur Eliasson has a show in China where he is collaborating with Chinese architect Ma Yansong. Museum visitors at the UCCA in Beijing “enter the artwork” in a room where the artists use light, color, water temperature, and space to challenge “the status of one's relationship both with nature and one's urban surroundings.”

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