Starting at their Chiayi branch and before moving to Taipei, the National Palace Museum hosted the Khubilghan – The Incarnated Lamas of the Qing Dynasty and Related Artifacts exhibit and Brinno was there to capture the entire installation!
This exhibit showcased many relics that belonged to the Incarnated Lamas of the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912) including items related to personal practice, official documents, and tools used in rituals. Many enshrined Tibetan Buddhist relics and important items from the imperial family were also featured in the exhibit.
The origins of both Buddhism and Chinese culture can be traced back 2000 years to the Han Dynasty. For the past two millennia, Buddhism has influenced the lifestyle, ideology, politics and economy of China. Its lasting effects on Chinese society and culture can even be seen today.
Designed by SpaceLogic, the installation was documented using Brinno TLC2020 time lapse cameras. This is the third time Brinno has partnered with the National Palace Museum and SpaceLogic.
Read more about Brinno’s previous collaborations with the National Palace Museum including the National Palace Zoo and She & Her exhibits.
The Brinno TLC2020 time lapse camera is perfect for capturing museum and gallery exhibit installations. Film in full HD without compromises, get up to 99 days of power using a single set of batteries and a 5 min interval.