is an itinerant curator, writer, researcher from Hong Kong currently living and working in London. She collaborates with artists and thinkers to create new forms and forums for critical engagement; her practice is an interdisciplinary site for play, pleasure, gesture, enquiry and, importantly, failure. Research interests include psychoanalytic theory, performance writing and feminist new materialisms.

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The Telfer Gallery
13 Ross St
Glasgow G1 5AR
United Kingdom

12 November — 4 December 2016


No Place Like Home is a collaborative show featuring a video by Oliver Hickmet with a commissioned text by curator Elaine Tam. Exploring destination concepts through their packaging or presentation, the project investigates how these spaces are cultivated and their layers of history reformed in a time of instant leisure. Through looking at how lifestyle models are engineered into sites, and the ways in which locations are scripted, No Place Like Home questions how we relate to our environments under our constructed gaze.