a living reflection

Preface // I wrote this reflection at the end of of my postgraduate year at VCA in 2010. It was a play on the vocabulary that I've picked up then - namely "I don't know (pronounced "noy")" and "I reckon." I chanced upon this today, and find it most relevant still, and thought to kickstart… Continue reading a living reflection

coming back to the centre

time-place-space: coming back to the centre. It’s five more days to the end of Time_Place_Space: Nomad, and only now do I find the headspace to put the thoughts down in writing. The thoughts are many. Bec Dean is diarising the events as best as she can - but time is a strange one when you’re… Continue reading coming back to the centre

来,吃饭 (Come, eat)

day seven: heritageis your grandmother giving you all her jade pieces, so she can buy one that’s greener than the one she’s got; is sharing recipes with no details – agar-agar* can already; is hearing about her childhood stories for the 57th time and it still amazes you; is one day inheriting her collection of… Continue reading 来,吃饭 (Come, eat)

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

a letter of invitation to City Shrines: Paper Pinwheel Project

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