Factory Image from a Magazine, oil on canvas, 40×25cm, 2004
In Shouting, the artist films crowds as they move through busy public spaces. He then lets out a scream and laughs, gauging people’s reactions as they turn in surprise or ignore his provocation. For the artist, the scream is a way of asserting his individuality in a society that prioritizes community and conformity.
Liu Ye, Book Painting No.12, (Lolita,London.Weidenfeld&Nicolson,1995,Page.11), acrylic on canvas, 20×30 cm, 2016
Image courtesy of the Artist