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SOLO EXHIBITION

March 2011
Jendela, The Esplanade Singapore

“Butterflies in my stomach;
Bees around my head”


Drawings, interactive sound installation, and performance



EXHIBITION VIEW


ALA CARTE







LIVE PERFORMANCE


MY BRAIN IS DRAINING,
YOUR HEART IS RAINING







EXHIBITION VIEW


TAILS OF SUCCESS







EXHIBITION VIEW

WHEN THE SOUND CAPTURES THE HEART









EXHIBITION VIEW

WHEN THE SOUND CAPTURES THE SEA







EXHIBITION VIEW

WHEN THE SURROUNDINGS INSPIRE THE SOUND



 

WORK NO.



“From Shadow to Shaman”


performance, video, and clay installation




INSTALLATION VIEW

IMAGINE A KNOCK ON YOUR HEAD





From Shadow to Shaman is centered on hundreds of low-fired clay hammers and is accompanied by a single-channel video and an instruction guide that encourages the vis- itor to enact a sequence of physical and vocal actions meant to provide a cathartic release. These autonomous actions are wake-up calls for reinventing mundane objects into tools to express our lives in the moment. A sequence of vocal cries and shouts epitomizes the art- ist’s belief in the ability of one’s voice to bring forth something from deep within one’s body.

Supported by Lauren Bogen and Richard Nijkerk.



PERFORMANCE

SHADOW HAS NO NAME





This performance was recorded in a historical dragon kiln in Singapore.



VIDEO

IF SHADOW...



 

WORK NO.



SOLO EXHIBITION

Chan+Hori Art Gallery, Singapore, 2017

“ We Will Live Forever”


drawings, clay sculptures, soft objects, and video

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VIDEO WORK


I AM A PLASTIC SOUL


 

WORK NO.



“We will live forever and ever”


socially engaged project, participatory art

Documentation by Klang Festival: ︎



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VIDEO DOCUMENTATION




We will live forever and ever” is a participatory art project I did recently in Austria. FDR (Festival de Regionen)and Klang Festival invited me to create a sound and movement ensemble with participants from the local disability social service organization. It was a month-long project with 12 sessions of workshops to complete this ensemble, which performed as the festival's opening performance. It was also my first time working with people who have Down Syndrome. It was also my first time working with the Down Syndrome community.
 

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Singapore Biennale, 2013

“Conducting Memories”


sound, installation

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