Badiucao's political cartoons seen outside the Praxis Artspace gallery in Adelaide, Australia in March 2017.
Badiucao, his face covered by a burkini-mask, discusses his work at the opening of his March 2017 show in Adelaide.
Badiucao introduces his work "Dream" to gallery visitors.
"Dream" is made from the bed Badiucao first slept on when he moved to Australia. It features 4,000 individually-sharpened pencils.
"Dream" comments on the troubled sleep of the activist artist, with each of the pencils sharpened to the point where it can pierce skin.
"Raise," a Chinese flag re-purposed as a smog mask, comments on air pollution and censorship in China.
Badiucao's Chinese passport, which was invalidated after he gained Australian citizenship. China does not allow its people to hold dual citizenship. He used it in an exhibit in September 2016.
In "Canceled," Badiucao cut the corners off various found objects in the same fashion as the Chinese authorities sliced his passport after he gave up his citizenship.
The piece was a commentary on censorship and identity.
"If You Are The One" cast Chinese President Xi Jinping as a candidate in the Australian general election.
"This Is Why They Buy Our Baby Formula," a piece by Badiucao about the Chinese tainted milk powder scandal of 2008 which left a dozen children dead.