Not too long ago Pavilion #7 was nothing more than an empty room. Now interior partitions are installed every day instead of the imaginary borders marked by candlelights at the latest team meeting.
It is much easier now to envision what the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy will be like after its second birthday. The only thing left is to count the days until December when these snow-white walls will be decorated with intricate black-and-white and colorful calligraphic ornaments.
Calligraphy is the art of deliberate hieroglyphic corruption and transformation in order to reach natural harmony.