An ‘executive toy’, placed inside a glass case, and made of ceramic balls that feature the logos of the 27 political parties registered in Malaysia (as of 2006). The popular desk ornament known as the ‘executive’s toy’ or ‘Newton’s cradle’ is a set of suspended steel balls that demonstrates the conservation of momentum and energy. Thought… Read more →
A conversation with Wong Hoy Cheong published in the catalogue of my solo exhibition “Fourth World”.
Wong Hoy Cheong: Can you begin by telling me more about this exhibition? Why the Australian High Commission (AHC)? How did you come up with the theme for your exhibition, and why the title Fourth World… Read more →
Two related series, each with seven works. Part of my solo exhibition”Fourth World” at the Australian High Commission KL. “Paper Shores” are long, narrow strips of paper have been dipped repeatedly in dye mixed with seawater. “Plastic Shores” are strips of clear perspex poured over and over with a mixture of cement, glue and seawater in varying shades of grey. Read more →