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Vichy 2013


A master of camouflage, Lui Bolin uses his body as a means of expression. The photographer and performer conceals himself in landscapes like a chameleon. He stands motionless for hours in front of a wall, a pile of charcoal, a telephone booth or a supermarket aisle while his assistants paint his body until he quite literally blends in with his surroundings. By becoming “the invisible man,” Bolin calls attention to the ravages of economic and urban development, which crush lives and deprive individuals of their individuality.

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