by Object Lessons Space
Intimate, participatory, touching, and introspective ー these are words that can be used to describe Clarice Ng’s works.
Although she describes herself as an artist and illustrator, this doesn’t seem to capture the rich granularity of her practice. Clarice’s practice centers the act of co-creating alongside and listening to the viewer. For this episode, we sit down with the artist to discuss how she works across installation, video work, illustration, ceramic making, and more.
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