City Shrines: Paper Pinwheel Project makes a humble first preview. Special thanks for Pamela Ng, Eugene Chia and Fiona Cheong. And to Francis Poon.Special mention to Keili ‘Olsen’ Gomez; keep your eyes peeled for http://www.cityshrines.com
You are invited to be a part of the next phase of City Shrines: Paper Pinwheel Project. It was something that I had started since late 2011, and I may have shared the ideas with some of you.I started working on this project at SEED festival, making 289 paper pinwheels over a weekend exhibition, having… Continue reading
Dear friend, I hope this email finds you well. I am writing you to invite you to be a part of the next phase of City Shrines: Paper Pinwheel Project. It was something that I had started since late 2011, and I may have shared the ideas with some of you. I started working on… Continue reading a letter of invitation to City Shrines: Paper Pinwheel Project
Photos of the Kowloon Walled City.
"small things things you don’t always notice, not always at least. kinder surprises in little nooks and crannies; shrines, odes to our dwelling in the city – pay homage to the earth we don’t see; the dirt we walk into our homes.” Paper Pinwheel Project is a performance installation that will culminate into an exhibition… Continue reading
collaboration with benedict chen of scya: draft II
collaboration with photographer Benedict Chen of SCYA: first draft.
day 03 at art garage at the hall: 289 pinwheels complete. tomorrow i plant them.
Where is my Space? Where can I stake claim? In Singapore, one can own many things – property, more property and cars and boats and expensive things – but one can never really own your own land. For such a small country, (re)development and (re)building is a constant. This means even if you supposedly… Continue reading ruminating city shrines: where do we remember?