In Flo Kasearu’s artistic practice that includes various media, drawing plays a special role. Most of these simple drawings reminiscent of children’s book illustrations or political cartoons are the artist’s visualised comments on everyday occurrences or societal issues. For Excuses, the artist has painted the walls of the exhibition hall, which are normally left white, in “tired pink” and “vital turquoise”. This colour scheme is combined with numerous drawings illustrating men’s common excuses to justify their being violent with their wives. These irrational excuses include a toxic tick bite that has caused violent behaviour; the woman using the wrong laundry mode; the man having been born as an underweight twin, and the woman being too socially active.