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Orientation of an Invisible Space (1997)

An installation of jelly on 4 exterior walls


New Criteria V, Installation Art at The Substation, The Substation, Singapore, 1997     



An installation of several hundreds of jelly circles on the exterior walls of the Substation garden. The jelly circles were cooked at home and transported to the site for immediate installation. These jelly circles, cooked at the right thickness and consistency, were able to stick onto the walls naturally – a seeming natural phenomenon. This installation was left on the walls for 1 month before each circle dried up and fell off.


Ho, Janet. "Hop aboard a van, read giant-sized diary", The Straits Times, Cover Story, 8 May 1997.

Sim Chi Yin. "Installation art that breaks new ground", The Straits Times, Arts/Entertainment, 26 May 1997.



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