Zhang Dali’s “Dialogue”

Within my post-colonial theory readings I chanced upon the street work series entitled “Dialogue” of Zhang Dali, which utilizes the classic graffiti trope as a conversation with the city but also engages the now familiar practice of deconstructing portions of ruins to establish new frames. Most of these interventions were executed a decade ago, but it is always interesting to visit the street work of artists who do not necessarily classify themselves as Street Artist. Please forgive the poor quality of the images, but the are all derived from Google Images.