Back in 2011 we posted about “The Invisible Man” Liu Bolin, the Chinese artist who hides in plain sight by painting his entire body to match his surroundings. At the TED2013 conference, Bolin gave a fascinating talk about his artistic process and the social and political issues that inspire his work. He also performed his disappearing act on the TED stage—we previously posted a time-lapse of his TED installation. For more of Bolin’s works, see this TED Blog gallery.
photo via Eli Klein Fine Art
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