Contemporary art as social commentary largely appears in works of art dealing with political, environmental, religious, and social issues and commonly makes a statement about current society. In this paper, micro-politics, accentuated as a notion and classified as a branch of the social commentary art, were epitomized into my thesis works. The choice of giving specific attention to the analyses of this concept stems from the fact that the individual is increasingly important in the complicated social relations of contemporary life. Additionally, due to globalization, both the thinking and living circumstances of the modern human are changing fast. Through the investigation in this region, the relationship between individualism and collectivism moves forward as the main topic of my thesis. In Chapter 1, with a brief introduction about art and society background, the reason for choosing the thesis theme is discussed. Chapter 2 presents how the idea was evaluated and developed. In Chapter 3, three artists' influence to my works is analyzed. In Chapter 4, three works constituting my thesis exhibition are described one by one. Chapter 5 concludes the paper and explains how the paper's title: Micro-Politics of Quotidian is related to my thesis projects. The motivation of the thesis projects is to evoke a certain consciousness on the behavior of the individual as a member of our society, which assumes, as an important factor, will influence the future of our living space. The exhibition was installed at San Diego State University, Art 418c, from April 14-29, 2010. Images of the exhibition are on file with the School of Art, Design, and Art History.