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In Continuation from my last exhibition -Down Time, where I looked into the theme of stillness and relaxation. In Small Thoughts, I further explores the importance of ‘looking inwards’ and ‘self-knowledge’, to identify and embrace the real thoughts behind one’s mind. I was deeply inspired by Eva Hoffman - How to be Bored. Explaining the connotation of “reverie” as ‘a kind of non- judgemental attention in which we allow images, memories or indiscriminate associations to float to the surface of our minds and stop ourselves from fending them off, no matter how insignificant they may seem’. Through Small Thoughts, I am trying to encourage everyone to ‘think within’ and pull out all the random small thoughts (even if they are irrelevant) and embrace them.



Of all the bodily functions that could be contagious, thank god it’s the yawn
2017

Grow taller by gradually wearing taller hats
2017

Putting on special clothes for jogging, so people don’t mistaken us running from or to something.
2017

Everytime I press “I’m not a robot” I would seriously doubt myself if I am a robot or not?
2017
You have to pretend to be alseep to fall asleep
2017You have to pretend to be alseep to fall asleep
2017
I swallow my own saliva everyday, but I will never drink it from a cup.
2017


Why does U always follow Q?
2017Life is like Tetris - if you try to fit in, you disappear
2017