My current installations and sculptures investigate how a decorative material like ceramic tile, often considered mundane and practical, can transform a wall into a political space.

My work engages ideas of class and community, as well as multi-cultural layers of information and ideologies, to provide politically and culturally charged narratives. Dazibao, the political street posters from China’s Cultural Revolution, the calligraphic text engraved on Islamic architecture and graffiti have all been influences.

Architecture, art and design in these scenarios are not neutral; they are more direct in asserting critical views.