In the past two decades, China has witnessed a period of vibrant artistic experimentation, marking the nation's rapid transition from the dominance of communist ideology to that of the market economy. Zhu Yu's xingwei yishu (behavior art) and his controversial art actions reflect and critique this transition, and his performances become part of the “violent capital” of the new aesthetic economy.

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