Notoro is an outlet to bring creative ideas to life. The intent is to design meaningful objects that fit into the narrative of their environments.
My work centres around Blackness, culture, and womanhood, and the myriad ways they intersect.
The ‘Work/Life’ exhibition was the perfect opportunity to address our new reality of working from home.
I am an angry Asian feminist disguised as an oil painter. Recent work and research revolves around mothering and mother work.
I strive to explore how we form connections with each other and nature, as well as exploring and unpacking emotions through the creation of new work
‘Please Help Yourself’ is a collection of glazed ceramics meant to resemble tangerine peels.
Through consciously creating space, I strive for an architecture that is infused with meaning, designed with intention, and with an outcome that is healing.
What excites me about participating in this exhibition is its relevance in light of the world’s recent events and its new perspective on the relationship.
Over the years, I’ve come to appreciate my hyphenated identity, to strive to know more about my own cultural roots, and to navigate my own relationship with reconciliation and whiteness in Canada.