biography

I was born in Hong Kong. I studied as an undergraduate at the University of Cambridge and as a postgraduate at the University of Oxford. I currently work as a social work manager in Kent. In 2015 I completed my MA in Fine Art with Distinction at the University of Creative Arts Canterbury.

I have developed a deep interest in memory and identity issues relating to people with dementia through my professional and personal experience. Through making visual representation of material objects and exploring the memories and the related stories behind them, I want to make special again what is lost and make visible what is invisible.

My work borders between remembering and forgetting, the visible and the invisible, and the known and the unknown.

My commissions and exhibitions:

Christmas Exhibition – What if…? Gallery, Dartford, November 2018 – January 2019

Monochrome – Merge Arts, Islington Arts Factory, London – October – November 2017

A Letter in Mind – National Brain Appeal, London, September – October 2017

‘Thoughts become Art’ – The Baumhaus Berlin-Wedding, Berlin, June 2017

Shape Open 2017 – Ecology Pavilion, Mile End Park, London, January – February 2017

Dartford Creative Public Realm Commission – The Priory Market Place, Dartford, June – August 2016

Zest Communities: Thanet with bright shadow – April – July 2016

The Contemporary Open – Sun Pier House Gallery, Chatham, April 2016

MA Graduation Show – UCA, Canterbury, August 2015

Festival of the Brain – Quarterhouse, Folkestone, May 2015

Spirituality Festival – Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, September 2014

Exhibition of Works – Brewery Tap, Folkestone, July 2014