How far away is death?
Hold on. Literally. And don’t try this at home.
Rather than being a death-defying, desperate situation, this is art. You might call it “extreme” art. This picture, part of the “29 Levels of Freedom” is the work of photographer Li Wei. His passion for performance art is described as “anything but cautious or wary.”
Born in a Chinese countryside village along the Yangtze River, Li Wei was mesmerized by nature early on in his life. He studied art in college, then relocated to the Beijing East Village, a community fashioned after New York’s East Village. In this collaborative community, Li Wei began his gravity-defying creativity journey.
About his art, the daring photographer states, “I am fascinated by the unstable and dangerous sides of art and I hope my works reflect these aspects.”
Even though he does his work at times with both wires and Photoshop, Li Wei is iffy about always using a safety harness. Wires and all, we say it’s still risky work.
Watch a Paris exhibition of the photographer’s work on this YouTube video.
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