Art work 'Landscape of Childhood' by Chinese artist Yan Peiming, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing, 2011
Thirty-four flags, arranged in rows, are attached to poles hanging upside down from the ceiling of the exhibition hall. These transparent-painted flags are visible from either side, creating a splendid silver scene.
These "floating paintings" are an original concept from Yan, and has portraits of sick children and orphans painted on the flags. Roaring winds produced by air-blowers make the flags billow and the images symbolically present the fate of these unfortunate children.