Liu Bolin Disappears into Racks of Soda


After his brief June trip to New York, modern-day magician Liu Bolin is back in his Beijing studio to show us another one of his masterful creations. In Plasticizer, Bolin paints himself, with the help of others, so that he seamlessly blends into rows of soft drinks. Why? To express his speechlessness at the use of plasticizer in food additives. Interesting, as always.



via [WSJ], [Art Daily]



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