Known for carefully staged photographs of her and partner-collaborator Moro, Pixy Liao's works upend traditional representations of heterosexual relationships by inverting gender roles, often placing Moro as the subservient male muse and herself as the domineering artist-orchestrator. Tongue-in-cheek and imbued with a sense of humor, Liao’s work straddles between the performative and the autobiographical, unfurling her and Moro’s growing relationship. 

Comfort Zone, her debut solo exhibition in Hong Kong with Blindspot Gallery features selected works recently created by Liao, encompassing photography, video, and ready-made sculpture.