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Debbie Ding
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The Meaning of "Mahjong Paper"
This is going to be a post about Mahjong Paper... ...but where the story actually begins is last weekend, when my mother handed down her old sewing machine to me! This was the sewing machine that she had used to sew everything even before I was born, and on...
The Meaning of "Mahjong Paper"
The Meaning of "Mahjong Paper"
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Saigon Skydeck: Closeup from Afar
No visit to a new country for me is complete without an attempt to visit a Very High Viewpoint! Last weekend (was it only last week?) when I went to Ho Chi Minh City I went to the Saigon Skydeck where unlike many Very High Points use of the high power BINOC...
Saigon Skydeck: Closeup from Afar
Saigon Skydeck: Closeup from Afar
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Space Geodes at Ota Fine Arts (4 August 2018 - 15 September 2018)
The show at Ota Fine Arts is all set up, with many thanks to Jodi for inviting me to show the work. I've shown this work two times before but this is the first time I had the option of REAL PLINTHS. I previously used all acrylic casings as plinths. At the t...
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Ho Chi Minh: Dates in the Pavement
I hate crossing the road in Ho Chi Minh. Ho Chi Minh was not made for pedestrians. Turns out that when it comes to the bottom line, I am actually extremely risk-adverse as a pedestrian. Or maybe I am a soft and flabby urbanite. Or maybe I just don't have a ...
Ho Chi Minh: Dates in the Pavement
Ho Chi Minh: Dates in the Pavement
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Snails of the Soil
If you have ever shopped at Poundland, you'll know those bags of soil which they always start selling in the summertime. They also sell those tiny plant pot kits with tiny portions of soil of unknown provenance, all of which look a bit like crushed mica and...
Snails of the Soil
Snails of the Soil
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"Tanah Goreng": Residual granite soil sample
This weekend I wanted to conduct an extremely controlled and orderly soil sieving and drying process to obtain the raw material for the work that I'm currently building. You see, earlier this year I decided that I would build a work about soil. Long has soi...
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A Tour of London's Historical Wetherspoons
Wetherspoons! The smell of spilled ale, steak pie, salt and pepper, and red wine stains on the carpets! I've always liked the historical buildings in which Wetherspoon pubs are located, so for Boxing Day LAST YEAR I decided to design a tour of London's hist...
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Dream Syntax VR
Back in January I spent about 2 weeks working on a VR interpretation of the material from my old project Dream Syntax. Dream Syntax was a project in which I tried to map out all the dreams I had in map form. Those of you who know me when I first started doi...
Dream Syntax VR
Dream Syntax VR
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From Compassvale to Coney Island: Casuarina Pines, Chicken of the Woods, and CCTV
Here is a visual documentation of a weekend walk we did to Coney Island. Starting from the... er... 'charmingly named' Compassvale, we made a beeline to Punggol Jetty and then crossed over to Coney Island by foot. On first glance it looks like a popular hau...
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Coney Island:
This was a weekend walk we did to Coney Island.
Coney Island:
Coney Island:
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