Kitschy, kitschy, kitschy
Yrellag Gallery, Hong Kong, 2023
“Kitschy, kitschy, kitschy” features a series of visual designs that explores the intriguing relationship between popular culture and art. By viewing the world through a mix of kitschy and humorous perspectives, the artist seeks to redefine and reconstruct popular culture in her work, employing satire and ridicule to highlight the absurdities of real life. The artwork challenges the conventional prejudices associated with fine art, embracing ‘bad taste’ while also pushing the boundaries of traditional notions of beauty. Consuming and digesting the thousands of data being put out every day seems to be inescapable. In general, the collection of fake-ad designs brings into focus the overwhelming presence of information that bombards and overloads our minds and senses on a daily basis.