Recipient of the The ADFAS (Australian Decorative & Fine Arts Society), Yarra Branch Award _________________________________ ISOLATED FACES metaphorically explores anxieties of isolation and belonging. This project is a self-reflexive study that utilises non-traditional portraiture by shadowing the faces of loved ones to
Recipient of the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence and contribution to the program, Master of Fine Art. _________________________________ TOWARDS REPOSE An exploration of materiality and ephemerality through the use of organic matter and geometric patterns. This multidisciplinary research project frames
Recipient of the Lowenstein Arts Management Prize and the NAVA Ignition Prize. _________________________________ THE SECOND LANGUAGE Navigating Marginalised Ecologies Using a Multi-Disciplinary Practice. This multi-disciplinary project combines ceramic objects, paper, video, and the recorded voice to examine issues of ecological degradation
Recipient of the Mary Oliphant Best MFA Tutorial Presentation Prize. _________________________________ THE RESONANCE OF A TANGLE engages with bodily agency and constraint through an interdisciplinary practice of painting. By employing material experimentation and improvisation, this project seeks to record an
Recipient of the NAVA Ignition Prize and the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence and contribution to the program, Master of Fine Art. _________________________________ HOW WILL I REMEMBER explores my Chinese-Australian bi-cultural identity by examining the concept of loss and grief.
Recipient of the The ADFAS (Australian Decorative & Fine Arts Society), Yarra Branch Award. _________________________________ This project seeks to explore life through painting. This project also seeks to explore painting through life. Through this project, I create abstract paintings based on
Recipient of the Lowenstein Arts Management Prize. _________________________________ A BRIGHT FUTURE seeks to evoke new understandings of value, reuse, and material, centred around my utopian ideal of a sustainable future. Through methodologies of collection, frugality, and recontextualisation, my series of