The Kreuzberg gallery Soy Capitán will be showing works by the London-based artist that are simultaneously nauseating and exuberantly life-affirming. In Wong’s work, she illustrates, in no uncertain terms, just how warped and uneasy women’s relationship to food is. Utilising loud, hot colors, smudged, hectic oil pastels, and wide, expansive, luxuriously sweeping strokes, Wong takes up space, fills space and makes space, at a maximalistic scale. The show promotes that which is playful, feminine, foreign and queer. Themes of anxiety, desire, and the right to female pleasure, pervade the pieces. Saturating each canvas, Wong’s mission is to fill that void, to feel no guilt or shame for taking what one needs and wants.