Bureau of the unsaid, 2016
Floriography is the language of flowers, which has been around for over a thousand years and especially popular with the Victorians. Gifts of blooms, plants, and specific floral arrangements were used to send a coded message to the recipient, allowing the sender to express feelings, which could not be spoken aloud in Victorian society.
‘The Bureau of the unsaid’ revived and updated this cryptic and useful means of communication to help visitors to express themselves with friends and family.
Imaginative Species, 2016
This work addresses an idea about navigation, decrypting from individual and social perspective through the past cognitions/events and experiences with imagination.
This overriding activity by human has deployed/produced new technologies as we see today.
Imagination is very unique elements for all species, especially for human. This maybe causes more urges in our sense to change/develop from one place to others, biologically, geologically, technically and culturally.
Garden Optics, 2012
These two 'Garden Optics' were designed for the Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden in Surrey to focus on the ground foliage of the wild garden area, created by award winning landscape designer, Anthony Paul.
Morning Lillies, 2015
Painting of early morning sunlight on lilies in pond, oil on linen
The Garden of Earlthy Delights (Detail), 2016
A depiction of contemporary earthly pleasures in three panels
123cms x 258cms
Published 03 March 2017