Familiar Parts, All the Wrong Places
“Familiar parts, all in the wrong places” captures the essence of the egotistical nature and innocence of TRNZ rekindled experiences, one of exhibitions that deeply rooted from the artist’s idiosyncrasy . These series of paintings on the surface may seem like nothing out of ordinary, boys will be boys as they might suppose, but beyond the artistic visual style of desaturated colors and characters lie issues of identity, liberty and control. A power structure of some sort. A crusade for a throne, a king that is anointed by none, a vast kingdom of savages. An image familiar to many yet seem to be in all the wrong places.