"The moment our monkey ancestors descended from the trees, we were destined to use our feet running to the unimaginable end henceforth", said the artist Yen-Cheng Wu. "Sprint for the End of Happiness" is an art show portraying the inconvenient truth of desire for happiness, with poetic black humor and imagery nuance. While people run to what they want and what they desire, the want and the desire have transformed along the way as the civilized and materialistic world evolves. The artist's work plays a game of childlike innocence and pleasure, crudely and sensually blends the idea of being "grown-up." "Sprint for the End of Happiness" is a naked conversation held in the masquerade, take off the suit and glamour dress, thru art we get back to the body and the core of "true" wants and the desires.