The work addressed China’s environmental problems. As the speed and scale of China’s rise as an economic power have no clear parallel in history, so its pollution problem has shattered all precedents. Environmental degradation is now so severe, with such stark domestic and international repercussions, that pollution poses not only a major long-term burden on the Chinese public but also an acute political challenge to the ruling Communist Party. The work used traditional Chinese painting style to show Chinese cities often seem surrounded by industry building trashes and wrapped in a toxic gray shroud.
Title: Red Mountain
Materials: digital printing and watercolor
Dimensions: 52 inch x 42 inch