Chinese artist Li Wei produces unsettling self-portraits usually upside down, free-falling, or buried in an otherwise surreal or impossible position. Fans of surrealism should note the not-so-subtle reference to Klein’s “Leap Into the Void”. As always, here are some personal favorites:

“Life at the High Place 2”, (2008).
“176×176 cm.”

“Love at the High Place 1”, (2004).
Big: 150×150 cm; Small: 100×100 cm.

“29 Levels of Freedom”, (2003)
Big: 120×157 cm; Small: 100×68.56 cm.

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