Chinese artist Li Hui, solo exhibition in Taiwan

Li Hui (b. 1977) is a contemporary Chinese artist living in Beijing, who in his exhibition Reality Impalpable, currently on display in Taiwan at Taipei's Museum of Contemporary Art, explores themes of permanence and power, through his use of metals, machines, lasers and acrylic.

The solo exhibit was ethereal but also intense. As you walked through "The Gate" (see video) it was possible to hear but not yet see, Li Hui's "The Undying Heart," which is featured in the opening seconds of the video below. The video below is not the exhibit in chronological order, nor is it the exhibit in full. Photography and video were both allowed, so I don't think I'm violating any copyright law here, but if I'm wrong, I'm sorry. Even so, I suspect Chinese artists are perhaps more inclined than Western artists to appreciate having their work spread around the world.