The new body of works from the Wandering Islands exhibition are made of oil painting on transparent acrylic boards, and are combined with a series of installations in the exhibition space. Each work is a singularly wandering islands in the waves of the sea.
The present exhibition is one of the projects for her Master of Arts at the Wimbledon College of Arts, London. Here she studies the relationship between ready-made, mass-produced memorabilia and the memory of a location.
In these wandering islands, you might experience or touch the memorable objects on the list below:
Architectural sketch with incorrect position of space/ Staring eyes with beach-blue colour/ Photograph of a cat praying to a full moon/ Butterfly covered with leafy green colour inside a plant/ Someone’s garden as a graveyard scattered with all kinds of dolls/ Shrine with perpetually unfinished construction/ Beggars covered with a blanket in wintry ice-cold Paris/ Endless walking tunnel below the Thames River/ Sound from the video of a sunset scene at Rhine river/ The boy who lives in the island.
These memories are a mix of truth and imagination about this and parallel worlds.