Recently, we brought back to life our mixed media installation Dirty Laundry. This features some of the most personal, autobiographical works. As part of the exhibit, visitors are encouraged to pick up a piece of cloth, write their “dirty laundry,” and wash it— encouraging them to wash away a part of themselves they consider bad. One […]
This installation is an immersive experience interconnecting personal narratives, histories, experiences, and imaginaries as a form of catharsis for the poet and the viewer. Featuring poems screen printed on canvas hanging from laundry lines, the installation will also include tailored public facing performances that explores issues around womanhood, sexual and gender violence, feminine agency, healing and reimagination.
The hanging poems tell many personal stories for the viewer to experience whilst walking through the space, a physical representation of the metaphor “hanging your dirty laundry in public”.
Having spent the last three decades exploring the built environment, I am now fascinated with new explorations in nature. Within nature I find spirituality, a peaceful serenity, brightness and colour and a diversity that goes beyond identity. This shift was perhaps inevitable, since the primary material in my sculptures also come from nature.
Museums are always good stops! The same is true in Las Vegas, where if you’re looking for a classy, vintage experience instead of a raucous poolside party during the day, there are actually some excellent options. The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is perhaps the best-known spot, but I found Centaur Art Gallery to be a dream come true. Organized almost more like a high-end shop than a show gallery, it houses sculptures, paintings, comic book art, and works from Dalí and Picasso.
Objects of different shapes and sizes are prominent in our world, we are constantly orchestrating our lives around them. I like to harness that quiet relationship between myself and the “inanimate” world, I find that I can emote with them, create stores of memory, as well as enhance my living experience.
No anchor, no boat, no life jacket
You go in head first
And never stop moving
The water will feast on your fear
But till you get to the other side
You never stop moving
Working with lines and motifs requires a certain type of flexibility, it’s all mental exercise. I love the challenge of not knowing if the line or motif I’m going to create will connect to the next line after it. I’ll say that I have a special connection with lines, it shows me that everything is connected, one way or the other, it also applies to my life
When it comes to culture and the arts, you won’t find pieces more unique than the ones located in Southeast Asia. Not only do they reflect the culture of the region, but since Southeast Asians are also particular about social and political contexts — largely due to the hardships experienced by its locals throughout ancient and modern […]
Havana had always been my dream city to visit and it was everything that it promised. From riding in vintage cars and dancing to Salsa in the streets to lazying on the beach while sipping on delicious rum and just being immersed in so much history. But one of my highlights was a visit to […]
I recently got to work with Abiola Sobo of Suss productions to put together new visuals for my poem “The Revolution”. This poem came to me at a time when I was deeply in need of affirmation