i'm not the sort of person who has standard words or radical views. i try to find out what could shows up and bring something even when it's not extremely meaningful to me at the moment. i went to hayward gallery to see tracey emin's love is what you want exhibition which includes every phase of emin's career. i must say i didn't have any connection with her work before and i'm still not a fan but now seeing it all, i could realize that i quite sympathize with her speech and ironic view apart from almost all the form it comes up. the interesting part of this is, as she's a quite good storyteller, you really can experience the feeling of being in someone's brain since you step into the gallery. you don't need to like what you see inside but it is definitely a woman.