Clarissa Sih and Goh Chiew Tong interview Edible Art Movement for the Nanyang Chronicle, at our ‘Cirque du Scent‘: an exhibition sponsored by NTU, Jan-March 2014. Thank you to the kind journalists and film crew at Singapore’s Nanyang Chronicle for capturing the exhibition and talking with me about the concept.Read More
The Field Trip project is a travelling exhibition in Japan and Asia. The project curator Daisuke Takeya re-claimed used elementary school backpacks (Randoseru) donated through the relief efforts, which were due to be disposed of. These objects, to me, are highly charged and symbolic. I was one of the artists challenged to create a Randoseru artwork for the Field Trip exhibition and project, to be showcased next month at Shinjuku Creators Fiesta, (Tokyo, August 22 - September 7 2014) The project is set to travel throughout the disaster areas in Tohoku, some public galleries, and festival setups in Japan.Read More
The site-specific art installation uses the symbolic grid of a traditional farmed rice paddy – delving into historical themes in the context of contemporary art – whilst encouraging creativity to be nurtured alongside the rice.Read More
Thank you Harper's Bazaar Art Magazine for the nice mention of my 'Consciousness Catcher', the 5 metre sculpture I was invited to install as part of the AAF Artist Installation programme.
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