(Institute of Contemporary Art Singapore, 2014)
“Something Nothing explores the possibility of articulating space without the use of line. Inspired by the artist’s idea of translating a blank piece of A4 paper into three dimensions, the work comprises a completely white space that bears no visible markers of its depth. Consisting of an enclosed room— only accessible via a single entrance—it gives those who enter the impression of coating in an in nite space. This sensation is created through the unique architecture of its interior, crafted and curved in such a way that when light is cast into the space, its corners and edges become invisible.
(by curator Melanie Pocock, excerpt Countershadows catalogue)