Repainting “The Day I Found Myself Abnormal” with a bird
Pencil and ink on paper
89cm x 120cm
At the end of Furuya Minoru's "Maybe Amber Life", Morida cries. He squats down alone on the way home,
realizing that he is abnormal; realizing his sole desire in life is strangling women to death.
Chihoi once worked in "Yellow Bus", Alice Mak told him "the tenderness of painting" is to draw your crying figure a company.
So I decided to give Morida a bird.