Figg Street

For the month of October I'll be exhibiting the series Democracy NOW! at Figg Street Co. in Thorold. This is part of their 'First Thursdays' programming which provides opportunity to local artists to show and sell work. Join us Thursday 2 October from 6-9pm at 40 Front Street South.

Open House at YYZ

You're Invited!! As participaints in the YYZ Lab Summer Mentoring and Residency Program we're holding an Open House at YYZ on Saturday 23 August! New work and projects in development will be shown and plans for future group exhibitions will be discussed!! Tell your friends!! 140-401 Richmond St. W. in Toronto!


This is my postcard submission for a cooperative exhibition between Loft and Meet&Go in Strasbourg, France. The theme for the exhibition is "Borders". The end of my residency in Taipei, where this work was made, ended up being a very political and emotional time for both Taiwan and myself. Protests in the capital were close to home - so close in fact that police brutality broke out on 23 March outside our front door, which was located across the street from the Executive Yuan. The series consists of drawings of urban plans or maps of Zhongshan district and then bullets are fired through the 300lb paper.


This work is included in the With my < >, trade your < > . This is an on-going project and along the exhibition concept it is a gift for the artist RoHsuan Chen. The text that accompanies it reads:

For RoHsuan,


Tears made everything that had so far seemed unreal, real.


Prototype I


RoHsuan's website can be found here: http://www.rhchen.com

Ephemeral Sculptures

Thrilled to be included in the UAE International Emerging Artist Award - Best Picks for Sculpture & Installation!! My work "Ephemeral Sculptures" can be found on their website.

The Promise That Tomorrow Made Yesterday

Work that I made in Cambodia this spring titled "The Promise That Tomorrow Made Yesterday" has been showing at the Stantec Window Gallery. They've been really wonderful to work with and it's been a great opportunity. I would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.