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In her practice, Jennifer aims to create a space where visuality and materiality are inextricably interwoven, where markings and imprints function as visceral invitation into otherwise inaccessible complexities.
Through the use of embodiment aesthetics, she engages in practice-led, process-oriented explorations. In many of her works, she uses Chinese ink and imageries of the natural world as metaphorical embodiment of her cultural identity, being, and place.
Using materials and materiality derived from several practice trajectories associated with her eclectic cultural experiences, she explores the phenomena of 'lost' in the contemporary world. Some examples are, lost heritage, lost attention, and lost spaces. She conceptualises 'lost' as layered and complex, as it may suggest something that was misplaced or forgotten, or something that is invisible but has not disappeared completely. They might just be lacking strong physical presence, or for some reasons, not noticeable.
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