In ‘Zero-Sometimes’ the rules of rock, paper, scissors (which dates to the Chinese Hang Dynasty) are warped. Using simple tools of distraction through nail accoutrement, the same set of hands continuously show up to battle against themselves in varying masquerade. The opponent becomes the antagonist with seemingly no end in sight. The competition’s bearing and point come into question, leaving only an arbitrary game to be lost in and laugh at.
Zero Sometimes installation on The Ferry Gallery, 2018, Bangkok Thailand