exhibited


  • Rush Hour

    Rush Hour is an interactive art installation about pace and perception. It was a collaboration with filmmaker Victor Gan. In 2006, a study confirmed that Singaporeans are the fastest walkers on the planet. This finding confirms Singapore’s reputation as a nation full of competitive go-getters egged on by its meritocratic system. While being faster, stronger…

  • 60 Second Counts

    60 Second Counts is an interactive art installation about time and timing. There are two distinct words for time in Greek: kairos and chronos. Kairos refers to a subjective time that is felt by the individual through circadian rhythms, breaths and heartbeats, whereas chronos refers to an objective time measured in hours, minutes and seconds.…

  • Stored Value

    Stored Value is a collaboration between sparkpluck and EZ-Link, a company that creates contactless smart cards that are used primarily for public transportation in Singapore.Description EZ-Link cards store not only money but also record passenger’s trips around Singapore. Stored Value is a metaphor for a Singaporean collective memory that emerges from the sum of passengers’…

  • Tack

    Tack is a product that I tried (unsuccessfully) to launch through Kickstarter during my senior year at RISD. An important objective of the project was to work with local manufacturers. Tack is a task light designed for modern urbanites. As more people move into cities, living spaces will continue to shrink. The number of discrete…

  • Drawbot

    Drawbot is my final project for Prof. Andy Law’s Computing Physically class in my junior year at RISD. Drawbot is a wireless pen plotter robot that has no work area limitations. This is unlike most pen plotters in both the open-source community and the commercial sector. It is more broadly speaking an exploration into tetherless, free-roaming…

  • Solidarity Stools

    Solidarity is a pair of stools that utilizes glueless wood joinery. The stools are inspired by traditional Chinese woodworking, Newton’s third law, and human relationships, ideas gathered during my summer internship at Studio Dunn. The stools are designed to be flat-packed and may be assembled by the end-user. The only tool that is required is a mallet. Unlike most ready-to-assemble…