Ryan San: Cross Too Over

Cross Too Over is a solo exhibition by the Hong Kong artist Ryan San, which deliberately raging in the global epidemic and using a relaxed and ironic technique to discuss the chaos brought by fast-food culture and consumerism, and the blurring of creativity and consumption boundaries. The state of the character's exhaustion and melting, as if shouting to the viewer, over-consuming the fatigue caused by the character. The artist reconsidered the mix-and-match creation in a humorous form of expression, using excessive mix-and-match as the proposition, humorously challenging the bottom line of the new era of art.




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