The exhibition venue has interior and exterior components shown in the West Scenic District and the North Silk Factory. The West Scenic District is a familiar southern water town. The North Silk Factory is the primary exhibition site that was created after the renovation of an abandoned 1970s factory. Even as the exterior form of the factory remained unchanged, a functional transformation was realized through internal renovations, which is an important way to create contemporary art spaces or creative cultural spaces; the North Silk Factory is an example of Wuzhen’s industrial past and creative present. The material culture of these unique spaces represents the distinctive changes and intersections of reality and illusion within the post-industrial third-world social landscape.