Recommended by Joule Zelman
You have just a few days left to enter Hong Kong artist Wong Ping's twisted, cutesy mind, which might feel something like taking mushrooms and watching porn with a shy cartoon character invented by a perverted robot. His digital animations tell offbeat stories of fatherhood, social conscience, sex, and internet dating with garish, trippy colors and characters made of agglomerations of simple shapes. In this installation, the videos will be screened in a low-ceilinged room full of "baby dolls wearing VR headsets" and fetus figures in cereal. Welcome to Wong Ping's genuinely transgressive future, where images of sex, birth, and technology churn together Cronenberg-style and innocence dies in childhood, but childhood lasts decades.