My research and practice is driven by the symbiotic relationship between art history and contemporary art practices.
I am the Founder and Creative Director of Object Lessons Space, an online art historical platform that documents conversations with artists, curators and writers.
I’m currently based in Singapore, and am open to collaborating on curatorial and creative projects.
I work with the National University of Singapore's Department of Architecture on a research project titled Imperialism and Indigenous Identity: Colonial Narrative of Town Planning and Architectural Design of Southeast and East Asia Between 1800-1960.
The project will culminate in an academic conference, exhibition and publication (forthcoming in 2019).
I have done extensive academic research on Central and East Asian art history material culture. Other interests include environmentalism, feminism, literature, diversity and representation in the arts, house plants, and astrology.