Salvation Made Simple™ is an interactive mixed-media installation which explores the commodification of spirituality through a fictional spiritual organization called The School.
They worship The Goddess, a fictional being pieced together from actual rituals and traditions from 13th-century Temasek, inspired by the erasure of native culture that occurs as a result of colonialism. Riffing off the appropriation and instant gratification that is commonplace in pop culture today, Salvation Made Simple™ appeals to millennials with #Blessed merchandise dispensed via vending machines.
Salvation Made Simple™ is a commissioned piece for OH! Open House 2018.
Karaoke Party is a video series that promotes homegrown musicians and fashion designers through of karaoke.
With the aim of encouraging Singaporeans to question their perception of locally-produced fashion and music, the video series was exhibited at KEEPERS Singaporefrom January 16 – 30, 2015. Over 300 guests attended the opening night, and the project was featured in The Business Times, Lianhe Zaobao, Female Magazine, Lush 99.5FM, The Straits Times and more.