The theme of my project is communication. Here, the primary form of communication is between my artwork and me. My artwork is a reflection of both my current state of mind and my past experiences, and it enables me to communicate with the world through a private language: art.Read more "Embedded INFO, Continual Dialogue"
Set within the physical context of the Singapore Art Museum, this work draws on the theme of change and conservation. In Historical Details (I), elements of the significantly preserved façade of the museum have been displaced and reinvented. The new configuration of the museum’s interior re-examines history, and discusses how history can be recorded and […]Read more "Historical Details (I)"
Being an artist who works predominantly with clay, I would like to continue this journey, as it has been one of experimentation, discovery and reflection. Essentially, I am very meticulous when it comes to making functional wares, such that fellow artists whom I worked with at Thow Kuang Pottery Jungle have commented that my works […]Read more "Reflecting Vessels"
Spaces, surfaces and forms and their countless physical qualities continue to inspire me as they have for many years. They present an endless buffet that nourishes my fascination with a vast playground that I refer to as visual language ambiguities.Read more "Unspoken Implication; Language of Spin (I & II)"
There is an unspoken quality in weathered walls and frayed edges that I am drawn to. For me, they are delightful yet quiet embodiments of time and memories.Read more "From Time to Time"
“When you think you have made a mistake, think of it as an opportunity to make something beautiful.” – Barney SaltzbergRead more "Into The Unknown III"
My artwork is heavily influenced by the ups and downs in my life, especially since the diagnosis of my autistic daughter. The ups and downs in our lives and the different actions we choose to take are some of the factors that determine our paths in life. In my exploration of these different aspects of […]Read more "My Board, My Story"
As we move from point a to b, we often take for granted the very thing which our feet meet and glide over as we shuffle from place to place. Floors, corridors, staircases, even elevators are common transitional spaces that are very much a part of our everyday life.Read more "Bending Over Backwards, For You"
/ is the second part to our film-based exploration series, based on our inquiry on the notion of a dreamscape. In this, inquiry takes the form of exploring physical spaces and physical dimensions. The liberty in this dreamscape provides a contemplative space for the character to move in.Read more "/"
A Lone Walking Stick; A Walking Stick for Two to Negotiate; A Walking Stick for Five to Walk a Fine Line; Three Ladders = One High Chair This body of work takes inspiration from the oil painting Wanderer Above the Mist by Caspar David Friedrich in c.1818, where a wanderer stood on the edge of […]Read more "Surveying Devices"