Installations

Chiming (1997)
Chiming (1997)

Outdoor installation using 6 conduit poles and wind chimes reflecting notions of eternity and endlessness. Eastbourne, England.

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Child-Flower Stoned (1998)
Child-Flower Stoned (1998)

Outdoor installation on the plight of children in Singapore. 20 stones with attached bag straps. The Substation, Singapore.

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Lost (2000)
Lost (2000)

Solo corridor installation. 200 stuffed batik lizards and their detached tails. The Substation.

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 Dragon ( 2000)
Dragon ( 2000)

4 panel floor installation piece at Chinatown in celebration of the Year of the Dragon.

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It Makes Monica Want to Fly ( 2000)
It Makes Monica Want to Fly ( 2000)

Interactive bubbles installation on the roof of Marine Parade Community Building for the Marine Parade Community Festival presented by The Necessary Stage.

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Don’t Let Go! (Mar 2004)
Don’t Let Go! (Mar 2004)

Installation at Bugis Juction based on someone going mad. TNS M1 Connect.

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The Cow (Mar 2006)
The Cow (Mar 2006)

5 lightboxes reflecting the artist's experience in education.

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The Distracted Duo (Mar 2006)
The Distracted Duo (Mar 2006)

2 desks and 30 chairs that reflect 2 types of students and the surrounding 'class'.

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Parents Who Are Never Home
Parents Who Are Never Home

8 floating ‘parents on helium garbage bags.

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Our Greatest Fear (Dec 2008)
Our Greatest Fear (Dec 2008)

Installation at The Substation art gallery. Group show ‘Our Mess – a collection of work by artists from NorthLight School.

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Lineage (Aug 2009)
Lineage (Aug 2009)

2 Lightboxes with extended family members arranged. Also includes missing persons. Singapore Art Musuem, President’s Young Talent Show 2009.

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Visioning The Arts (2020)
Visioning The Arts (2020)

Art installation based on a public survey into how hopeful local artists are for the arts scene. Public audience could sway the see saw bu placing rocks. in the basket. Singapore Art Week.

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