Sai-Wai Foo – Group Exhibition with Willoughby City Council, ‘Inner Edge Drifting 邊緣漂泊’

In News January 9, 2023

Image above: Inconsequential idol  2022  doll figurine, ceramic bird, pleated book papers, gold leaf, dyed fresh water pearls, glass head pins, brass chain, glue, paint and felt, housed in a glass dome with a matte black metal base  13 x 13 x 11 cm.


Congratulations to Sai-Wai Foo who has been included in the group exhibition Inner Edge Drifting 邊緣漂泊, organised by Willoughby City Council.


Small divinity  2022  figurine, pleated book paper, resin frame, gold leaf, dyed fresh water pearls, entomology pins, brass chain, glass charms, glue, paint, felt, housed in glass dome with matte black metal base  13 x 13 x 11 cm.

Inner Edge Drifting 邊緣漂泊 explores the cultural space experienced by people living in Western cultures (and specifically Australia) who have Asian roots.

“The exhibition examines the nuances of such experiences and the culture of navigating across two or more societies or traditions… What grows out of cultural navigations is unique and expands on, and critiques the set parameters we have applied to cultural identities.”


Inner Edge Drifting 邊緣漂泊 is part of Chatswood’s Year of the Rabbit Festival, the North Shore’s premier Lunar New Year celebrations presented by Willoughby City Council.



Full-page spreads from the Inner Edge Drifting 邊緣漂泊 exhibition invite.



Inner Edge Drifting 邊緣漂泊
Art Space on The Concourse
409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood 2067 NSW
18 January – 12 February 2023



Opening Event: 6 – 8pm, Thursday 19 January 2023
To be opened by Willoughby Mayor, Cr Tanya Taylor, with a Glass Armour performance by NC Qin.


Dreaming of Willows  2023  paper and found objects, housed in glass dome.