Showing at Capsule gallery until December 25th, Wang Haiyang's (b. 1984) partly grave, partly comical solo show, features three complementary chapters.
Visitors are greeted by a room with a video where a wig and black covered character on heels dances frenetically in a background resembling the inside of the large intestine (with an anus in the backdrop). In another room, a series of pastels on paper feature furry men, women and intersex people, scary and attractive at once. More videos and stunningly freudian watercolours drawing from the sexual unconscious, desire and memory, pack a punch for an overall bold and vulnerable shows about the human condition through the particular vision of this one artist.