- Performance artist Pang Kuan is willingly going through a two-week “self-quarantine” despite not having COVID-19.
- On Saturday, he restricted his living space to a 98-by-98-inch platform at the Star Gallery in Beijing.
- Pang’s performance, which he dubbed “Bye Bye Disco,” is a reflection of the current situation in China, where residents are forced to stay indoors as the government tries to contain the recent surge in COVID-19 cases.
- The 24/7 livestream of the performance, which shows Pang going about his everyday life in his confined space, has garnered over 3.3 million views so far.
- While some viewers find the performance entertaining, others consider it to be “grandstanding.”
A performance artist’s livestream of his two-week “self-quarantine” has been garnering millions of views on Chinese social media.
Despite not having COVID-19, Pang Kuan started isolating himself on Saturday, restricting his living space to a 98-by-98-inch platform at the Star Gallery in Beijing. The entire space is set up in such a way that his every move can be visible to viewers.