8 November 2014

4AA4 Anonymous Until Sold - 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art | 6-9 Nov 2014

There were over 250 art works by participating artists included myself. The opening was a great success, and it opens all weekend until 5pm on Sunday.

4 November 2014

[live or let - live] Opening Exhibition at Gallery Klei // 08 November - 06 December

I am taking part in this new exciting art gallery opening exhibition at CBD.

Alun Rhys jones | Brad Munro | David Middlebrook | Eun Joo Oh | Jee Eun Lee | Jee Hyun Lee | Jeong Won Lee | John Scott | Katherine Mahoney | Min Woo Bang | Midori Furze | Pamela Leung | Remnim Alexander Tayco | Sang Geun Yang | Shin Yong Ho | Tim Allen | Yong Min Han | Yong-Seon Ko | Yun Ji Kim

Exhibition Dates: 08 November - 06 December, 2014

Gallery Klei: suite 9, 1-7 Albion Place, Sydney 2000
Hours: Tuesday 10am - 5pm | Closed Mondays & Sundays

Updated installation works - Gaffa

These are the works I had exhibited at Gaffa for Peculiar Compendiums with Veronica Habib, Louise Morgan, Meaghan Potter and Hannah Toohey, on 24/7/2014 - 4/8/2014.

Golden Bowls, ceramic bowls, wooden ladder and chopsticks, dimensions variable, 2014

Golden rice bowls were a symbol of prosperity for an individual in the Chinese empire. Today, all around the world, people strive for the security of employment.
From the moment we are born, most of us are educated, brought up or encouraged to aim for a career that provides security through money. 'Eight golden bowls' embodies the ambitions and struggles we undergo to achieve this security - the number eight being a symbol of the good luck and good fortune we wish to have with us throughout our life. However, in a world where there is never enough to go around, some of us might need to step on top of each other to get up to the ladder. We are all striving for our Golden Bowls.

Looking Beyond, mixed media, dimensions variable, 2014

This installation is about the memory of my last journey, how I see the world through the window of the plane. I have tried to capture a sense of the divine, and the universe, and the emotion of meditation, as I was looking at the sky and earth, the image was moving, changing, and I felt my mind was drifting.