In traditional narratives, female characters often play the role of passive onlookers. In an imbalanced relationship, men consider women to be objects of fantasy, creating a social structure built on imagination. It is against such a backdrop that the artist explores the possible outlet to promote unique femininity.
YungYen Tsui adopts the classic fairytale of Little Red Riding Hood to discuss how women shape themselves as they mature. In different social settings, females are often conflicted between eagerness to and fear of displaying themselves. Underneath the fairytale-like hood, we see that shy Little Red Riding Hood is eager to grow up. She starts to walk the fine the line between self-exposure and the thrill of being watched.