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LIU BOLIN - NO.76
Liu Bolin's work, No.76 is a work made in 2008 in a limited edition of 8 examples and is an archival pigment print.
The work is part of Bolin's series of photographs "Hiding in the City "in which the artist is painted completely blending in with his surroundings in the background. The building behind which six people disappear bears the inscription "Chai," which means "to be demolished." These buildings destined to disappear are symbolic of the 1990s, a period that saw great economic development in the Chinese state.
By blending into the environment, Liu Bolin aims to explore the relationship between individuals and their surroundings while raising awareness of the impact of urbanization and social change on the cultural landscape. Specifically, in this work, the artist educates us on the impact China's drastic economic change has had on Chinese society: helpless, citizens become inscrutable, only to be demolished, engulfed by society, greedy for Western transfiguration.
Liu Bolin's work No. 76 measures 47x37,5 in.
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