Changpeng Li (b. 1998) lives and works between London, UK and Shanghai, China.
He observes the inherent violence in the proliferation of images. These images, although seemingly innocuous, carry an undercurrent of violence towards the viewer, manifested through ceaseless visual stimulation and an overwhelming influx of information that compels action. In this context, the image itself becomes a form of violence.
Through painting, photography, and film, Li delves into the deeper meanings hidden behind the visual veneer. His paintings generate ambiguity and uncertainty in a search for meaning.