925 郭姸瑩、 Praiya Ketkool
郭姸瑩 Kuo, Yen-Ying
Excluding the differences in appearance between pigs and humans, not only do they have similar genes, humans are often said to be like pigs, so I use pork to imitate people to tell about people who live in the capitalist society just like the pork that can be weighed and priced.
Through the view of meat, I try to create my own unique view of the world. Between the world of meat and man, there is human behavior and consciousness in every posture of meat inside my painting. By a piece of raw meat, I try to directly express my “Nonsense” ideas about the society in which they live, indirectly tell the low-level figures based on the community’s helpless and cynical attitude towards life. And through the nonsense technique, I add some sense of humor to my views of my own time in case to respond contemporary society’s new understanding of illogical things, and even have the possibility of rationalization.