About Pandemic







See No Evil








Hear No Evil









Speak No Evil

Portraits

Originated in Asia, 'see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil' derives from a Confucian teaching to avoid impropriety. Throughout time, the same gestures change their meaning to 'ignorance' in western countries. The three protraits raise similar questions: how would people apply stereotypes to the same 'gesture' over time? What attributes cause the public to change their perception on the pandemic?