Star Crossed, Shanghai World's Fair, 2010

The crystalline floor pieces at the Dutch Cultural Pavilion; Shanghai 2010 Expo. Ms. Tee's ceramic sculptures gives presence to them. The performance of Star Crossed can be viewed HERE.   

The crystalline floor pieces at the Dutch Cultural Pavilion; Shanghai 2010 Expo. Ms. Tee's ceramic sculptures gives presence to them. The performance of Star Crossed can be viewed HERE.   


This is my largest and most important commission/collaboration with Jennifer Tee to date. I collaborated with her on the textile component of a large scale installation, incorporating sculpture, and performance for the Shanghai 2010 Expo. The work, named Star crossed  (referencing the famous jazz piece by Duke Ellington)  was part of Nether Land, the Dutch Cultural Center’s official entry representing the Netherlands.  Held from June 20th until July 21st, the exhibition was seen by thousands of Chinese and foreign visitors. 

Each hexagon spans nearly nine feet and collectively is comprised of over 115,000 rows of knitting.