Hsu Yang-Cong returns to the humanistic expression of early handicraft work using simple tools and complex handicraft techniques. He reassembles inexpensive plastic objects we all recognize such as baskets, chairs, and bowls, into abstract three dimensional sculptures. This act is intended to reflect the mass production, rapid disposal, and consumer apathy of the materialistic culture. This work combines light effects, creating an area filled with a kaleidoscope of color. It also showcases a spiritual flow that not only breaks from the materialism of people’s lives but also reflects on subjects such as the creation of taste and aesthetics in modern consumer culture.