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Made in Arts London
application accepted!
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Best end-of-day news!

My work { ozm } - featured above, has been accepted for the Made in Arts London Summer Collection exhibition! Smiles all around please! Summer wee!!!! Details to follow.

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yesterday while getting lost in one of my favourite city areas - bras basah - i found the best news ever too, that the singapore art museum has changed it’s admission fee to free for all locals! we all get to immerse ourselves within the collective arms of our local and regional creative heroes at all times! with money to spare for coffee! yey! 

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wonderful installation by isabelle desjeux “1000 rubber seeds and one mutant”

if i had a friend with me, i would’ve love to pose as the mutant, but i didnt so i made a collage of it. 

 (at Singapore Art Museum)

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iwörmü

yesterday while getting lost in one of my favourite city areas - bras basah - i found the best news ever too, that the singapore art museum has changed it’s admission fee to free for all locals! we all get to immerse ourselves within the collective arms of our local and regional creative heroes at all times! with money to spare for coffee! yey!

(pictured)
wonderful installation by isabelle desjeux “1000 rubber seeds and one mutant”

if i had a friend with me, i would’ve love to pose as the mutant, but i didnt so i made a collage of it.

(at Singapore Art Museum)

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genevieve chua

her “ultrasound” series of acrylic and screen prints with enamel is stunning. a piece in reaction to the msyterious floating bodies found at bedok reservoir, happening consecutively for a few months and now, a seeming trend for suicide. her commentary on floating bodies on water x water as a source of life, like that of a mothers womb, gives birth to natural-enough imagery of an ultrasound of the reservoir. 

quite magnetic +  (at Singapore Arts Museum (Sam))

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genevieve chua

her “ultrasound” series of acrylic and screen prints with enamel is stunning. a piece in reaction to the msyterious floating bodies found at bedok reservoir, happening consecutively for a few months and now, a seeming trend for suicide. her commentary on floating bodies on water x water as a source of life, like that of a mothers womb, gives birth to natural-enough imagery of an ultrasound of the reservoir.

quite magnetic + (at Singapore Arts Museum (Sam))

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rozi

 (at v & a residency studio)

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rozi

(at v & a residency studio)

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v + ä

had an amazing day with v + a digital design resident, rozi rexi. chatting about hard workers, artists and the cheap food in the staff canteen. it felt like a dream going through the maze of the museum’s back doors. (at v & a residency studio)

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had an amazing day with v + a digital design resident, rozi rexi. chatting about hard workers, artists and the cheap food in the staff canteen. it felt like a dream going through the maze of the museum’s back doors. (at v & a residency studio)

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süoe

presenting my findings today, fingers double, triple crossed!

 (at onceinahouseonahill.tumblr.com)

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presenting my findings today, fingers double, triple crossed!

(at onceinahouseonahill.tumblr.com)

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searching for special rocks can be a lonely game, after a while i find myself talking aloud to an imaginery paleonthologist, specifically david attenborough. he makes everything fun :} 

 (at Hastings Seaside)

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searching for special rocks can be a lonely game, after a while i find myself talking aloud to an imaginery paleonthologist, specifically david attenborough. he makes everything fun :}

(at Hastings Seaside)

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waking up to church bells on a sunday morning, i think about how i’ve been blessed to have 3 perfect sunny days for my research in hastings. 

scouring the cliffs yesterday, i found 2 mylar balloons. while i couldn’t help but feel upset about the reality of litter in a world we should be preserving, it worked out to be a pretty picture.

 (at Hastings Cliffs)

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waking up to church bells on a sunday morning, i think about how i’ve been blessed to have 3 perfect sunny days for my research in hastings.

scouring the cliffs yesterday, i found 2 mylar balloons. while i couldn’t help but feel upset about the reality of litter in a world we should be preserving, it worked out to be a pretty picture.

(at Hastings Cliffs)

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exploration day 2 : hastings. looking at rocks, observing their cleavages, a very meditative act.

 (at Hasting Pier Beach Front)

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exploration day 2 : hastings. looking at rocks, observing their cleavages, a very meditative act.

(at Hasting Pier Beach Front)

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yesterday’s selection at the natural history museum. today, off to hastings for a weekend of coastal fossil research :} wiii!  (at onceinahouseonahill.tumblr.com)

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yesterday’s selection at the natural history museum. today, off to hastings for a weekend of coastal fossil research :} wiii! (at onceinahouseonahill.tumblr.com)

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behind the scenes
doing what we aren’t allowed to
@ ribbon factory, manor house
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I think i got a little lost in my process, and started staring at blank screens of code and tutorials for long periods of time. Don’t get me wrong, this happens many times, of course, but not when my time is more limited than this. 

So i took to the streets and decided to make some art, proper, with hands and paint and paper and sitting upon a cold concrete floor for ages, deciding paper placements.

I ventured back into the business of crafts and experimented with some down right illustration and paper craft. This was the result of meeting a friend i’ve made at the Manor House warehouse party earlier in 2014. Combining our initial efforts to just create something, we picked up on digital media artist, Sonya Zh as well. Together we took to South Tottenham’s studios and made what looked like undersea creatures, repurposed for the walls and petty English weather.

I came up with a slug-like sculpture of paper and folds, later collaboratively painted over and dusted with neon paint, creating a simple rave-like decor when lit with black light.

These are the initial drawings we came up with, subsequently (and rebelliously) showing them on the brick wall within the warehouse vicinity.

More photographs to come.

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Eventually everything connects - people, ideas, objects. The quality of the connections is the key to quality per se.

Charles Eames

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restless futures -
open data as a creative material
seminars @ csm
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The start of a potentially stimulating series of seminars about the future and using technology to power our ideas. Dropped by this first edition of four titled, “Disruptive Technologies”.

Guest speakers include Gavin Starks, CEO and co-founder of Open Data Institute (ODI), Julie Freeman, Artistic Associate (ODI), Chris Downs and researchers from Goldsmith’s Interaction Research Studio.

The night explored creative and cultural uses for open data, resources and creative applications in artistic practices.

I thoroughly enjoyed Chris Down’s intriguing insight on information and the era of privacy, i thought his segments shone light on data which could potentially be hijacked by unwanted attention, used against us. He spoke freely and has even sold his bank and cell phone information to the highest bidder in 2002 - breaking a certain stigma of how much is too much personal data available online.

Julie Freeman covered “Data as culture” with examples from past residencies at ODI. I found most of the themes explored by these artists and scientists to be questionably dry and lacking of imagination - so what if someone has created a vending machine that dispenses crisps every time there is a bad financial review?

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I will be attending part two of this seminar with an “Data Jam” session where participants will be able to test and create their own creative uses of data. This could potentially help my mind in brainstorming new ideas and direct my focus purposefully.

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