GOOGLE MAPS STREET VIEW
foamboard, blu tack, 44.7 x 44.7 x 0.3 cm each, 2018
a physical version of the arrows from the street view interface, inspired by installation shots and the reality of experience.
SWITCHED-ON
plug socket, conduit, wall brackets, air-dry clay, acrylic paint, screws, 185 x 13.9 x 4.2 cm, 2019
site-specific subversive intervention; non-functional plug socket and conduit installed in the studio.
SIT AND SEE
plywood, mortar, steel welding electrodes, steel rod frame, cardboard box, parcel tape
[seat] 59 x 50 x 50 cm, [viewing frame] 127 x 36.5 x 36.5 cm, 2018
subverting the function of a chair so that discomfort must be experienced to view inside the cardboard box.
POST-CRY PORTRAIT
oil on MDF, 20 x 20.95cm, 2019
this recent project is derived from personal experience of being Chinese in England. Racial stereotypes have contributed to feelings of losing my individuality and identity within British society, which inspires me to convey what it means for us to be human right now.
RIGHTS UNBOXED
Amazon packaging, found book 'Your Rights at Work', dimensions variable, 2018
an ironic response to reading about the working conditions in Amazon.
https://vimeo.com/298730087 (link if video not working)
GOOD WILL HUNTING X TELETUBBIES
film, duration 1 minute 54 seconds, 2018
reappropriating and subverting found footage; using the audio from a Good Will Hunting scene to create an emotional conversation between Po and Noo-Noo.
SECRETS
pen, paper slips, glass jar, keys, padlock, instruction sheet on paper, book with monoprints, waxed thread.
dimensions variable, 2018
an interactive piece which invites the audience to exchange secrets anonymously; playing on themes of temptation, sacrifice, and responsibility.
THE PHONE IN THE STONE
wood, mortar, wire, dummy iPhone. 110 x 30 x 30 cm. 2019
investigation of the social and behavioural consequences of placing such a valuable object within this public open space  - exploring themes of desire, temptation, and morality. 
EVERYTHING BUT THE KITCHEN SINK
kitchen sink, 101 x 50 x 30 cm, 2019
through putting a domestic appliance in a public space, I wanted to investigate how an object’s function and meaning can change depending on its context. Where does a sink belong? What belongs in a park?
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