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“Reawaken the Treasure Ship: Asian Maritime Silk Road”

This experiential exhibition is based on the Shinan Shipwreck, a shipwreck of Chinese merchant ship that sank off the coast of Sinan Islands while heading to Japan in the 14th Century, and the 3D data of the artifacts discovered in the shipwreck. It offers a multifaceted, interactive way to experience the cultural asset through a media wall.

“Reawaken the Treasure Ship: Asian Maritime Silk Road”
  • DateDecember 28, 2021 – January 16, 2021 (Tuesday–Sunday)
  • Time10:00–18:00 * Closed every Monday
  • PlaceSpace 2
  • Age LimitAll ages
  • Price Free
  • TicketNot required
  • Contact+82-1899-5566
  • Information※ A vaccination certificate/negative test result (quarantine pass) must be presented upon entry to the exhibition space.

Introduction of the “quarantine pass” system
All visitors entering ACC venues are now required to present their quarantine pass (vaccination certificate or negative test result).
(Visitor eligibility: Visitors who are fully vaccinated, provide negative PCR test result, under 18 years of age, or present verifiable vaccine exemption)
We ask the visitors with a reservation who require the “negative PCR verification” to prepare their negative PCR test result certificate within 48 hours from the date of visit.
Certificate requirements per category
  • Fully vaccinated (At least 2 weeks since the second dose): (Paper / COOV (app) electronic certificate)
  • PCR test (within 48 hours): (Paper certificate or negative test result message)
  • Fully recovered: Quarantine release certificate (Paper certificate)
  • Exempted: Vaccine exemption certificate (Paper certificate – issued by community health center)
  • Below 18 years of age: Documents attesting to visitor age
Introduction
“Reawaken the Treasure Ship: Asian Maritime Silk Road”
“Reawaken the treasure ship: Asian Maritime Silk Road”, an experiential exhibition of the Asian cultural heritage, is an interactive content based on the 14th Century shipwreck and the artifacts discovered off the coast of Sinan Islands in Jeollanam-do.

The Shinan Shipwreck was discovered in 1975 and was revealed to the public over the next 20 years of recovery and restoration. It was a 30-m long, 260-t merchant vessel that was heading to Japan from China when it sank in the West Sea. Shinan Shipwreck is a maritime cultural resource that allows us to examine the traditions of cultural exchange and trade in East Asia. It has a considerable significance as a material that testifies to the trajectory of the Silk Road, an important passageway in the exchange between the East and the West. Nearly 27,000 pieces of artifacts that testify to the culture and lifestyle of East Asia at that time, including wooden products, currency, and porcelain, were recovered from the Shinan Shipwreck.

The exhibition is a 3D visual recreation of the sinking, loss, and recovery of the Shinan Shipwreck through a media wall space. We hope that our projection mapping and LED media walls can present a multifaceted experience of an Asian maritime cultural heritage, Shinan Shipwreck.
  • Hosted byAsia Culture Center (ACC), Asia Culture Institute (ACI)
  • Supervised byGwangju Institute of Science and Technology Korea Culture Technology Institute, SILO Lab
Production and conversion of underwater artifacts into 3D data
The remains of the ship, recovered from seabed, is currently displayed in the Mokpo National Maritime Museum under the care of National Research Institute of Maritime Cultural Heritage. The porcelain artifacts recovered from the shipwreck are on display in Gwangju National Museum. The researchers used the 3D scans and modeling materials used to restore the artifacts from these organizations to establish a virtual model of the ship, and acquired 3D scans for ceramic artifacts. A 3D scan data is made up of thousands of points that recreate the original, reprocessed into a digital form to be included in this participatory interactive content.
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