Through his work, he explores the adaptation relation between human and society and attempts to establish a method to cope and redefine reality through actions and experiments that break the social standards of normality. The artist considers his actions a medium for estimating social tolerance. By revealing relationships in the institution, he conducts experiments to address the absurdity of the social values that people have grown accustomed to. Transforming the reality through interstices found in the everyday life, the artist is able to penetrate the institution or barriers of the environment to execute his estimation or demonstration, performing social interception with his guerilla-like actions and exposing more unseen relationships in the daily life and urban environment.
Text courtesy Double Square Gallery.
Kuang-Yu Tsui elaborates on his solo exhibition Daily Sucks/ 150 Meters of LoveHomePeace at Double Square Gallery. __
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