Liu Bolin, an artist from China, is also known as “The Invisible Man”. Basically, what he does is dress up like his surroundings, becoming “invisible” when he stands in front of them.
Bolin chooses locations based on personal preferences. “The slogans on the wall what appears in almost everywhere in China,” he says. “I know them from my childhood. And lots of people will neglect those slogans, also because it appears almost everywhere. However, those slogans affect our daily life indeed.”
“I will care more about the connection between the individual and the environment, like the relationship of active and passive, consciousness and unconsciousness. Since as an individual, how to exist in the environment, and what is the position of the individual in the environment could be revealed by the camouflage,” the artist explains.
See his work below.