In Dec. 2009, the exhibition of artist LV Shun was launched in Today Art Museum, in which the large scale of sculpture “Banquet” was shown. The sculpture was full of animalistic aesthetic and features of absurdist. LV replaced the religious figures in the “The Last Supper” with a bunch of pigs. This sculpture later became one of the typical public artworks in the Beijing 22rt Art District. Today Digital Art Museum created a 3D digitalized exhibition of “Banquet” one year later, which consisted of the sculpture and some paintings. Besides, it especially recorded the voice introduction of professional broadcasters. Through the combination of keyboard and mouse, the audiences were able to view every detail of the artwork around the hall.