- Admission Hours
- 10:00 – 19:00
- Monday to Sunday
Through their citations of history, geography and poetry, Yang Luzi’s films explore the limits and secrets of perceptible language. Her work hovers in a space between sensory experience and the indescribable. From the burdens of a history from which one cannot wake, to the discovery of a jouissance unspoiled by ideology, to the communion between the human world and the world of nature, she uses this exhibition to complete a protracted journey, a movement of dialectical self-consciousness, and a political investigation subtly connected to reality.
In demonstration of its commitment to improving public access to art, UCCA welcomes not-for-profit organizations to submit requests for discounted or complimentary admission to any of UCCA’s exhibitions. Applications must be received at least one week in advance of the intended visiting date. If the request is received at least three weeks in advance, UCCA staff can work with your organization to create a tour that is tailored the specific needs of the group.
During each exhibition period, UCCA’s docents are invited to submit proposals for alternative museum tours. Alternative museum tours should encourage visitors to UCCA to explore new modes of engagement with artworks in the exhibition halls. In lieu of the usual “walk and talk” tour format, alternative museum tours will offer audiences the opportunity to interact with art via drawing, writing, singing, photography, etc. Participants for each tour will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.
UCCA invites student chamber music groups to perform in UCCA’s public spaces during the Center’s weekend opening hours. Accepted applicants will be given the opportunity to share their music with the public, and play in one of Beijing’s most beautiful museum spaces.