Chinese artist Li Wei. His work is a mixture of performance art and photography. He is an artist and also a stunt man: he doesnÂ´t use photoshop to create his illusions of reality; he uses props such as metal wires, scaffolding, acrobatics and mirrors.
His performances look to convey his continual sense of lost gravity. He is fascinated by the unstable sides of art. By the sense of danger. He thinks of his artistic work as a continual balancing act between a striving for freedom and a concern for preserving the little emotional security still available. So he suspends himself above the Beijing skyline to illustrate this, and to feel, to feel again; to experiment.
–Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness Of Being–