“I think the worst is to do nothing. That is what the enemy wants you to do – do nothing.”Kacey Wong, Hong Kong
For the artists, who decided to go into the continuous sustainable resistance way, they will probably change the work into more abstract forms rather than direct. So we can look at it as public and private. Public means like a public space, gallery museums and even social media. Works can be done but it can be done in a more abstract and non-directive way. I think it’s more difficult to prosecute an artist – I think it’s easier to prosecute a writer because the words sometimes are easier to interpret. For example, an artist painting a black rectangle and then making a statement saying “I’m happy” – you don’t know it’s true meaning, right? For those artists who decided to continue the resistance they can become like secret preachers – preaching the good message of freedom and democracy among the inner trusted circle.
I think the worst is to do nothing. That is what the enemy wants you to do – do nothing. Continue