Liu Bolin, China's invisible artist, on how they 'killed the soul'


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Liu Bolin belongs to a new generation of dissident artists that have emerged in China in recent years. Born in Shandong province, in north-eastern China, in 1973, he has developed an unusual, striking art form in which he pictures himself merging with his surroundings like a chameleon.