Tee Ko | As part of Singapore Writers Festival Fringe, Origins of Desire
I’m an inquisitive fellow. I love the spaces in-between, the cracks, gaps and holes. I know none of this really matters, for we don’t know each other. But I believe in sharing what we have and I can’t keep it a secret any longer.
I hope it brings you as much excitement and exhilaration as it does for me.
Go on…take a peek.
Tee Ko, hokkien for ‘Voyeur’, is an interactive installation that invites you to peer into the untold erotic stories of people’s everyday lives through the spaces in-between: the cracks, the gaps and the holes.
Exhibition area for the Tee Ko installation.
I look, therefore I am |Mixed Media | 73 x 41 x 39 in