Artist Liu Bolin Hides in Front of a Gun Rack

June 6, 2013 | Kyle Chayka

Chinese artist Liu Bolin‘s recent “gun rack performance” at Eli Klein Fine Art featured the artist in one of his signature camouflage-style disguise, allowing him to hide in the gallery while remaining in plain sight.

The performance is meant to be seen as a direct commentary on China’s recently updated weapons policies regarding knifes as well as any blade longer 15cm. Denizens are now required to present proper government identification not only while purchasing a knife, but also to register it.

Wait. Where’d he go?

Check out the original article on designboom here.

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