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
today, a friend brought up the myer briggs personality tests. i remember doing it back in secondary school as part of some leadership thing. i am quite distinctively an ENFP and part of that is not following through on things… hence the somewhat absence. but the brains have never stopped ticking away with ideas and… Continue reading
"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.
[Appointments were made at an earlier time, and I meet the audience member at designated time and place. I take them on a journey towards the photo booth, stopping at street benches at times] My family has a culture almost, of moving houses. [With a google map of yishun] When I was born,… Continue reading a level of transparency: vca animateurs independent project showing 2011
This lift is one of the oldest lifts still intact in Brisbane. It is kept as a heritage “monument.” It is interesting how we try to preserve a little of our history through these old buildings, now etched between towers of concrete, steel and glass. And yet, we can never really retain its original… Continue reading excerpt from performance piece during metroarts freerange residency project, june 2011