No-Senses Experiences, Figment Festival, Oakland, CA / 2015
Interactive installation offered public to experience five traditional senses in an isolation mode.
On Another Scale, Art in Odd Places, New York, NY / 2012
Public performance invited passers-by to step off the beaten path.
Who Lives on Hunnu Street? 2016-Present, Ulan-Ude, Russia
is a public art programming which will activate a historical site located in Ulan-Ude, a city in Eastern Siberia, Russia. A vast landscape stretched by the Selenga River used to be a former settlement of Hun or Hunnu people who lived there in the 1st century AD. Several local and outside artists will invite general public to explore physical qualities and metaphorical meanings of this powerful place through participatory art activities.
Sculpting Social Landscapes, Pasadena, CA / 2014
Vacant lot was transformed into a play space through a series of work parties. It featured a labyrinth, wildflowers patches, green mounds and adobe huts built by children and local community members of different ages.
Softscape vs. Hardscape, Art in Odd Places, Los Angeles, CA / 2012
Introducing soft and movable features to the outdoor environment - what happens?
Loose Parts: Project for Creative Play and Re-Use, Proposal for LOT, Long Beach, CA / 2014
In collaboration with Frances Kao we offered to create a temporary play station featuring salvage and surplus materials.
Moment of Life: Understanding Andy Goldsworthy’s Philosophy and Process, Article and Studies @ Subsurface Zine, Pomona, CA / 2011
Reflections on the creative process of Andy Goldsworthy through writing and exercises in the nature. In collaboration with Sina Yousefi.
Sensory Garden, Los Angeles, CA / 2012
A portion of a school yard was redesigned as a sensory garden with elementary students.
Mapping a School Yard, Los Angeles, CA / 2013
A series of mapping exercises with elementary school children.