2006 Passive Aggression

 This series of work is about people’s psychological state. Originally a human instinct, aggression has become distorted. We use passive means to fulfill our aggressive intent. We miss appointments, do not return phone calls, or become tardy. We fear the authority, avoid intimacy and dependency, or shun competition. We even make up excuses and lie, laugh at people, or refuse to talk to others.

“Passive Aggression” is the extension of my previous two series “Sudden Withdrawal” and “To be invisible”. Those who withdraw suddenly or who hide themselves to deal with their sorrow or negative feelings are subject to their natural instincts—-aggression.

Passive Aggression 05 (2006, Ink on Paper, 55 x 76cm)

 

Passive Aggression 01 (2006, Ink on Paper, 141 x 153 cm)

Passive Aggression 02 (2006, Ink on Paper, 55 x 76cm)

Passive Aggression 03 (2006, Ink on Paper, 141 x 110cm)

Passive Aggression 07 (2006, Ink on Paper, 55 x 76cm)

Passive Aggression 04 (2006, Ink on Paper – 55 x 76cm)

Passive Aggression 16 (2006, Ink on Paper – 55 x 76cm)

Passive Aggression 15 (2006, Ink and Charcoal on Paper – 55 x 76cm)

Passive Aggression 14 (2006, Ink on Paper – 60 x 80cm)

 

Passive Aggression 13 (2006, Ink on Paper – 55 x 76cm)

 

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