Eternal Landscape.


Experience a strong and contemplative Virtual Experience inspired by the golden age of Chinese Landscape.

Client : Yang Yongliang Release date: Ocotober 2017 Systems: Oculus Rift

By Yang Yongliang

Walk-in the Golden Era: 3D Immersion Chinese Landscape Painting.

Eternal Landscape (2017) is Yang Yongliang’s very first work based in Virtue Reality. It is an immersive Chinese landscape that allows the audience to walk in wearing VR goggles, or to view in an immersive, multi-channel video projection. In respect of the golden age of Chinese landscapes, Yang portrayed an authentic Song Yuan mountain landscape, with no buildings and industrialized elements involved. The project is produced with collaborative inputs between Yang Yongliang Studio in Shanghai and Monochrome in Paris.




Time Immemorial
Exhibition from November 4th to December 23rd 2017 in Paris. 

Galerie Paris-Benjing


September 20 & 21 2107  in Los Angeles.

Presented by Kaleidoscope & Intel, FIRST LOOK is an exclusive 2-day market for industry leaders to discover the next wave of great VR & AR projects. 


Yang Yongliang short bio.

Yang Yongliang (born in 1980, Shanghai, China) grew up in Shanghai. He was trained as a pupil to traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy since early childhood, later graduated from China Academy of Art in Shanghai in 2003. Yang Yongliang exploits a connection between traditional art and the contemporary, implementing ancient oriental aesthetics and literati beliefs with modern language and digital techniques. Yang Yongliang’s work has been exhibited internationally at museums and biennials, such as Thessaloniki Biennale in Greece (2009), Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing (2012), National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne (2012), Moscow Biennale (2013), Metropolitan Museum of Art New York (2013), Daegu Photo Biennale in Korea (2014), Singapore ArtScience Museum (2014), Modern Art Museum Paris (2015), Kunst und Kultur in Neuried e.V (2015), Fukuoka Asian Art Museum (2015), Somerest House London (2016, 2013), Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney (2016, 2011); collected by more than 20 public institutes including the British Museum, Brooklyn Museum, How Art Museum in Shanghai, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, San Francisco Asian Art Museum and etc.


Full Credits

Creative Director
Yang Yongliang

Paris Team :

Shanghai Team :

Technical Support
Yang Wenjun / Xu Jun / He Kanjun

Model Supervisor
Zhang Jun / Liu Guangyu / Cheng Lin

Cao Gang / Wei Teng

Sound Effect
Guan Rui




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