TZENG, YI-HSIN
Beauty always promises, but never gives. –by Simon Weil

Yi-Hsin's mainly deconstructs “Beauty” and “Authority” by the approach of appropriating and defacing popular commercial/ political images in order to create another pretty but grotesque paradise. Through the action, she not only proclaims a regained control toward the images but also creates a monster-like image to speak for her contradicted identity in the society.