Giclée Print

20 × 30 cm

Tingru Zhang

Work Description

Personality disorders differ from physical illnesses, which can be directly diagnosed using medical equipment. Diagnosing personality disorders necessitates a battery of tests and assessments, with the possibility that a full diagnosis may remain elusive. Consequently, misconceptions often surround personality disorders. Zhang employs a diverse range of materials to craft various miniature scenes, enabling the portrayal of personality disorders by delving into an individual's inner workings. The aim is for these disorders to be recognised and understood accurately. Within this artistic representation, blue symbolises veins, and red represents arteries, collectively constituting a person. Personality disorders may just have more red excitement in their composition, and may just have more blue calmness. Personality disorders are just a little bit special.