28 August 2019

Opening: HOME GROWN: THE TENACIOUS REALM 4 - 29 September 2019

My new work Endless Knot 2019 is part of the Willoughby City Council curated exhibition.  Responding to the 2019 Biennial theme The Tenacious Realm, local artists explore creative ideas around resilience and the community.

Official Opening

6 - 8pm, Wednesday 4 September
To be opened by Willoughby Mayor, Gail Giles-Gidney




13 August 2019

'Shades of Red lll' Private View/Opening

The Private View/Opening of 'Shades of Red lll' on 20 June at Willesden Gallery was well received!

Thanks London!!























8 June 2019

Solo Exhibition 'Shades of Red lll' London

My first Solo Exhibition in London, 'Shades of Red lll' is on the way! Looking forward to meeting London audiences!!

The exhibition will start showing from 18 to 29 June.

Private view/ Opening on 20 June 6 - 9pm.

Willesden Gallery
The Library at
Willesden Green,
London NW10 2SF














7 June 2019

'Shades of Red ll' Vernissage/Opening

The Vernissage/Opening of 'Shades of Red ll' on 22 May at Factory 49 Paris was fantastic!

Thanks, Paris!!












Shades of Red ll, Paris

First Solo Exhibition and Residency in Paris...

22 May (Opening 6-8pm) to 15 June 2019

Factory 49 Paris

10 rue de Chaligny 75012 Paris
Hours: Thursday - Saturday 1 - 7pm

'Our Common Bond' Great Show! Great Opening!

May Space Gallery Sydney

13th April 2019
















10 April 2019

'Our Common Bond' Preview by Emma-Kate Wilson

Great preview Our Common Bond on Art Almanac wrote by art critic and writer Emma-Kate Wilson.

The exhibition starts tomorrow from 10 April - 5 May 2019

Opening on Saturday 13 April 3 - 5pm

May Space Art Gallery 409B George St, Waterloo, Sydney





26 March 2019

Our Common Bond


Upcoming exhibition

May Space Sydney art gallery
409b George Street Waterloo

Exhibition dates 10 April to 5 May 2019
Opening  Saturday 13 April 3-5pm

Curator Olivia Welch





15 February 2019

'Cut and Heal' Interactive performance at Tai Kwun Contemporary Hong Kong


It was a great pleasure for being invited by artist Tang Kwok Hin to participate in his exhibition "Every Pandiculate" Daily,  at Tai Kwun Contemporary Hong Kong.

A meditative and poetic interactive performance, the acts of harming and pain followed by healing.

This is about the journey of the diaspora. after relocating, people may experience depression and cultural displacement, as well as the hope of finding a way to establish a new life.

I cut, taped and hand stitched the rice paper and invited audiences to stitch together.