过客

These last few days have been nothing short of interesting, complex, and profound. And I’ve only been in the Northern Territory for six days. I arrived in Uluru Sunday afternoon alone, and it was a surprising 28 degree Celsius. I felt the dryness of my skin and the sharpness of the sun on my face… Continue reading 过客

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bruised and (not) battered; installation of ice and writing with waterproof ink. Illustration by Alex Hendry, with assistance from Eugene Chia, and video documentation by Jonathan Lewis. Group show as part of Celebrating Women curated by Pamela Ng, in partnership with AWARE; One East Asia, Singapore.

The Bridge as a Threshold

2 days in, and already I feel like I’ve been in Brisbane for a while now. In fact, there’s a familiarity to this city, as if I’ve lived here before. But I’ve only actually been here once, for three weeks. I am staying at a friend’s place in West End. And so, commuting to the… Continue reading The Bridge as a Threshold

Dan Koop: Interview with Deakin’s Arts Participation Incubator

artsparticipationincubator: image by Sarah Walker Dan Koop Artist (www.dankoop.net) Producer, ENCOUNTER(S) presented by Theatre Works, St Kilda (www.encounters.org.au) 1.What started your interest in arts participation? I am an Artist,… Dan Koop: Interview with Deakin's Arts Participation Incubator

a blog post i couldn’t really write

a little more than a week has passed since i arrived in singapore for the singapore<>brisbane exchange. at the end of the first week, i found myself feeling angry, irritable, and frustrated. i knew i was getting swept back in to this city, and its quirks - the quirks that have had its effects so… Continue reading a blog post i couldn’t really write