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Position: Home > issue > September 13, 2022 Volume 3, Issue 5
Sci-tech art: a case of Chang' e-5 lunar soil
Category:   Editorial   Download:  PDF  Figure  Endnote
Author: Wei Yang, Yi Wang, Lin Gao, Di Zhang, Jie Yang, Zhijie Qiu

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An example of the Chang¡¯e-5 lunar soil particle (CE5C0600YJFM00402, 137)


Since ancient times, humans have created artistic works using state-of-theart techniques, thus, exploring the relationship between technological advances and human developments. These activities are the prototype of "sci-tech art". For example, the precise control of smelting and casting in the Bronze Age gave birth to the Chime bells, the Zun wine vessel, and the Jue wine cup. The integration of material and firing technology resulted in ceramic art, which became one of the symbols of China. The rise of the study of anatomy reshaped how people saw the human body and the structure of the world around them, ultimately promoting the Renaissance. The development of photography technology led to the seventh art of films and cinema, which is now being reformed by the latest computer-graphics technologies. There is no doubt that new technologies will continue to move art forward and build a better world in the future.





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