MACAN

MACAN, which means “Tiger” in Bahasa Indonesia. Born in Indonesia in the year of the tiger, the artist was raised in a Chinese-Javanese household. She moved to Australia in 2008 and suddenly found herself immersed in a city full of people from different ethnic groups, cultures, and religious backgrounds. This new multicultural setting has since influenced her work as an artist.

MACAN is a form of representation that explores the perception of culture and the self. This exhibition is heavily inspired by the picture of a tiger that her father cut out from a calendar the year she was born and put on display at the family house wall. She invents different personas that are visually connected by the repetition of tiger creation to pay homage to her family and Asian heritage.

︎ Solo Exhibition
17 - 28 Nov 2021
at Blackcat Gallery
Melbourne, Australia

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ceramic - 2021




COLONY LIFE

This series tells stories about gender equality; women face a persistent gap in access to opportunities in most aspects of life.

The fate of female bees inspires this series of ceramics. Worker bees are all female. The queen bee is the only female bee in the hive that gets to reproduce. The male bee's only job is to spread the genes of their colony. They leave the territory every day in search of potential new queens looking to mate.
ceramic - 2021



YOU’RE NOT ALONE

In 2020, The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) will mark its 150th anniversary. In recognition of this major milestone, the RCH Foundation, supported by Wild in Art, is bringing colour and creativity to the streets of Melbourne and Geelong with a spectacular public art trail.

You’re Not Alone
Almost a quarter of young Australians are facing mental health challenges, with young women twice as likely as young men to be grappling with psychological issues according to a report from Mission Australia. This artwork describing a story about the power of female connecting and supporting each other.

︎ Location 
Prahran Square, Melbourne
21 Jan - 21 Mar 2021
visual - 2020



THAILAND 20

International Workshop

15th International Arts Festival & Workshop,
Poh Chang Academe of Art,
Bangkok, Thailand

15 RMUTT International Art Workshop,
Group exhibition: Time Change,
RMUTT, Thanyaburi, Thailand

︎︎︎ Jan - Feb 2020


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