The Rise and Fall

The Rise And Fall Of 1°17′N 103°50′E, 1°5′0″S 75°55′0″W–A Circular Journey

2013 Singapore Biennale

Two-channel video installation, explore Singapore and Yasuni National Park, heightening awareness of the shared and differing historical, cultural and political contexts that have shaped these two places, including the environmental issues that continue to challenge their survival. 

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Space Drawing (No. 12)

2021 Singapore

Playing with the erupted energy released by bungee ropes from wall to wall, from floor to ceiling, from inside to outside of the buildings, “Space Drawing No.12” is drawing, film, performance, spatial sculpture all in one offering time suspense of the physical spaces. It also puts the history into life motion capturing the inextricable living memory of the site.

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Space Drawing (No. 7)

2010 Limerick 

“Space Drawing No.7” was created at an abandoned warehouse in the city centre of Limerick, Ireland in 2010. Like many other forsaken urban spaces in the city, this is a place where emptiness and decay are slowly taking place within a manufactured and civilized urban landscape.  

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Space Drawing (No. 9)

2010 La Malterie   

“Space Drawing No 9” is an experimental film by Sai, which was created during his residency at La Roche, France in 2008. ‘Space Drawing’ is a series of experimental and multi-disciplinary installation and film work, which explores the idea of the simplest but the most fundamental function of a line – to divide, subtract and define a space.