Her work is dark and frequently melancholic, reflecting the artist’s internal struggles and her subjective take on the human condition in what can often be seen as an uncaring, insensitive and profligate world. Remarkably, however, her artworks possess an inherent sense of hope that in so many ways characterise the artist’s internal conflict and sense of what the future might hold. Using art, in whatever form, to rage against inequality, injustice and the difficulties of living has been going on since time immemorial, and the fact that Oh is running with this—deploying arguably the most modern art form in history—is testament to a lively imagination; a singular ability to identify issues, and a caring, sharing, almost desperate need to heal.