Invisible Atlas: A Visual Interpretation Of Qi

Inspired by the Chinese philosophy of qi, an unseen life force and a method of healing, Chinese artist Shen Wei combined photography with drawing and created a series of works for his solo-show at Flowers Gallery SinoVision Journal reporter Jane Stone went to the exhibition opening and brings you the story.

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