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Psychological Prison

An exploration on transitional spaces, Psychological Prison is how the artist looks at the what it means to be in-between. The idea of never being here nor there, along with the deception that there are many different paths to take.
It is the realisation that our minds- we as conscious creatures are constantly in transit because from the moment we were born, not only did we start living, we began dying. Additionally, despite being able to look into the past and having an idea on what’s next, we can only ever be in the now.


A visual representation on what it means to be still, this work explores the need for movement in order to create a contrast between both ends of spectrum.
With a tree as its main subject, Rootedness conveys how although parts of the tree is swayed with some leaves being blown away, those factors do not take away from the fact that the tree remains rooted nonetheless.

Knowledge Will Increase

Gouache, graphite, ink, on Egyptian papyrus mounted on tracing paper 
87 x 126 cm
Appropriated from a Scriptural text foretelling the last days, the artist made the repetitive motion of relief printing on tracing paper to cover one side of the papyrus with the title written in Morse code to serve as an “underlying” element, as it is predestined. Placed in manner where the morse code can only be seen upon closer inspection and possibly deciphered by few, it is the artist’s intent so as to allow viewers to experience the process of gaining understanding through this given statement and places emphasis on the differing levels of knowledge today. Its composition illustrates the spread, development and transitions made through time: the act of writing taking its place, lands to grids, a unique writing system to a script that is shared across borders.

Ephemerality of Being

Parts of Found Piano: keys, key slip, felt screws, metal wire and wooden pieces from action
Dimensions Variable
Composed entirely of parts from a retired piano, the artist aims to question how the purpose of being can shift with shape or form whilst retaining its innate characteristics. Through the repurposing of an instrument into a piece of furniture, the object is given a different identity with a new purpose and function to serve. In turn, it is no longer rendered useless.
 “Once is; always was- never be” was realized and written by the artist herself, drawing from her personal experiences where she came out of a practice that lasted for eight years. Ephemerality of Being aims to portray the reality that a shift in outward appearance neither defines nor changes one’s innate being.

A Tribute to Atlas

Piano Bench holding parts from found piano, Metronome in rest position, surrounded by the accompaniment of a composed piano piece by artist
Dimensions Variable
In honor of the end the life of Atlas- the piano, the artist composed a piece to that mourns, reminisces and celebrates its life.
The piano bench is left open to reveal and carry some semblance of that of a casket. Beside it is metronome in place, silent and still. In parallel, the accompaniment was played and recorded without the use of a metronome. Through the arrangement of not only the musical piece, but of the piano parts themselves, there is a sense of balance, order and peace.