SCULPTURE

WHITE NOISE

Acrylic plexiglass, L brackets, binding posts, vinyl

2018

Awkward silences are a temporary disconnection to someone. When both parties do not say anything but are both aware of the awkward pause in conversation because they do not what to say or do. White Noise is a collapsible object that can be worn as a backpack to express the feelings of disconnection and also as an object for connection by inserting the head through the holes. 


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REFLECTION

Acrylic plexiglass, threaded rod, hex nuts, wire

2018

My personal symbol in a 3D form expressing my perception of myself and how I think other's perceive me. The rigid, square geometrics represent how others often perceive me as intimidating when they first meet me and the circular geometrics represents my personality when they get to know me; open and bubbly. The aesthetics and colour choices are inspired by personal interests of roses, architecture and geometrics.


DISTURBANCE

Wire, thread, glue, paint

2015

Disturbance embodies the disruption of nature caused by humans. Installed among the trees of Arcadia, NSW, the installation sculpture represents human’s industrialised interference with nature and the ongoing disturbances. I used the wire to symbolise the industrialisation by humans. Resembling a stormy cloud, string is attached to the wire with raindrop shaped glue glued on the strings. The layering of the wires imitates the ripples caused by disruption of a still lake.