An installation that record a simplified version of one's daily bread consumption
A choose-your-own-adventure story between Tim and Lisa with different endings based on audience's choices via "voting lollipops"
Build a large scale Newton's Cradle with balls hanging from twine to create a distraction within an academic environment
a physical representation of the starting drumroll for a bagpipe marching performance
A remix with news program, the moment Don Draper says “What?” and various delicious dish pictures to clarify the fact that what Americans eat/like is not real Chinese Food
We played a game of meme tennis. We started with a tennis player hitting a doge ball, and ended up with doge traveling through time.
I intend to apply Andy Warhol’s multi-color printing skill on bread and fastening clips to reflect different eating habits or more generally, people’s pace of life
To digitally reproduce The False Mirror of René Magritte, I first modified a real eye photo using Photoshop to reproduce the original piece.