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CLEMENT SPACE @ART:DID 2022 – a ‘growing’ installation.
CLEMENT SPACE, 2022 @TOKYO – work in progress photos.
SCHEHERAZADE’S SEA: continuing journey, 2021 – digital show.
SCHEHERAZADE’S SEA, 2020 – a fully digital rearranged version of original work from 2010.
CLEMENT SPACE @SUWON – Clement Space & An Olfactory Map of Sydney in South Korea.
CLEMENT SPACE – a new iteration, commissioned by the National Gallery Singapore.
SOMETHING ABOUT HOME – Singapore’s first accessible and inclusive promenade theatre performance with full cast of disabled artists, conceptualised and directed by Peter Sau, commissioned by the National Gallery Singapore. (Featuring artists from the Disabled Artists’ Collective).
DESIGNING CLEMENT SPACE – a disability-led residency at library@orchard
SNOOSPHERE – immersive multi sensory installation by Lull Studios. (Part of The BIG Anxiety Festival.)
CLEMENT SPACE 2017 – installation, Customs House, Sydney. (Part of The BIG Anxiety Festival.)
AN OLFACTORY MAP OF SYDNEY 2017 – 3 video installations, Customs House, Sydney. (Part of The BIG Anxiety Festival.)
SONATA IN Z – solo exhibition, 2015, UNSW Art & Design.
INTERVIEW with DAVID CAPRA – Teena’s Bathtime, 2015, Museum of Contemporary Art, NSW.
LITTLE SWEETS 小甜心 – solo exhibition, 2013. UNSW Art & Design.
FOUR THIRTY THREE – video, group exhibition 2013 “In Motion”, curated by AirSpaceProjects, Sydney, Australia.
DOODLE DREAMS – group exhibition, “The Democracy of Drawing 1”, curated by AirSpaceProjects, Sydney, Australia.
CONFRONTATION OF THE SENSES – group exhibition, “Desiring Machines,” curated by Critical Animals, at This is Not Art 2013 Festival, Newcastle, Australia.
SCHEHERAZADE’S SEA: songs from silence 2013 – installation performance @ World Stage Design festival, Cardiff, Wales, U.K.
HAPTIC INTERFACE 2012 – exhibition.
SCHEHERAZADE’S SEA 2010 – a mixed media, multisensory installation and performance.
H(e)Ar(E) NOT 2009 – multimedia performance.
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