No one forces how you should behave, we learn it because it’s normal. Normalcy is a series of 24 poster prints housed in an archival bag, with each one representing an item of self-discipline from my life over the past 24 years. They range from identification, tableware, copybook, uniform, ruler, comb, time, examination, keyboard, reward, traffic rule, chess, religion, law, telephone, camera, make-up, necessities, resume, cubicle, discourse, intimacy, prescription, to health code.
The green color represents concepts as "correct", "pass", and "qualified", and the increasing of this green reflected in the posters signifies my gradual conformity to social norms. Normalcy is screen-printed on kraft paper, preserving the tactile quality of archival materials, while also emphasizing a vibrant and saturated green color. Through the visually "toxic" green hue, it prompts reflections on the concept of “normalcy."