PAPER PLANES is a sculptural installation that is composed of hundreds of paper airplanes. Having spent nearly a decade of away from Singapore, this project is based on an obsession with the concept of home and the associated feeling of nostalgia. Each paper airplane, symbolic of travel, bursts forth from a single window to visually and physically overwhelm the viewer. The work’s intent is to recreate this tsunamic force of emotion so great, that it swallows one whole. The smallest paper plane is the size of one’s palm, whilw the biggest one, of one lying down.