Based in: China
Li Hui, born in 1977, graduated from Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2003 and he currently lives and works in Beijing. Li Hui actively holds exhibitions in the major cities of Asia, Europe and America. Li Hui’s work are based on the two creative themes: working with laser and LED as media to explore new expressions of art that is integrated with high technology; and using “Conceptual Sculptures” and space installations to portray observations and reflections on the rapid transformation of the Chinese society. In the competitive new generation of Chinese artists in which new talents constantly emerge, Li Hui is one of the few capable of effectively using a variety of new media while exploring serious humanistic issues. Li Hui’s artistic philosophy is built on the Zen couplet ：“an eternity of endless space ; a day of wind and moon”and he often juxtaposes different aspects and the contradiction of the time . In his creations , the artists portrays the presents as replaced by the wheel of history, depicting the rapid transformation of what was once sea into land. Additionally, the works’ content often refers to the eternal vitality of the wheel of life, and a continuous spiritual pursuit. He integrates emotional atmosphere with rational operation, deliberately employing modern industrial technology as a medium to explore the state of mankind, life and psychological fear. Such a process result in depiction of life and spiritual issues, such as transmigration, life and death ,transcendence, conflict, expansion, compression and uncertainty.
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