Winnie’s works investigate subjects of collective cultural experiences such as immigration and assimilation through the mediums of collage, painting, drawing and site-specific installation. In her installation at Ortega Y Gasset Projects in Brooklyn, New York, she explored methods of printing, stamping and carving as extension of her collage practice, while examining the history of Batik textile and architectural story telling. Her recent work and artist interview were featured in issue 10 of Maake Magazine, a non-profit artist-run publication. She recently collaborated with Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Commission to create a site-specific project for the Philadelphia’s Indonesian and South East Asian immigrant community. She’s currently working on a new body of work exploring handmade paper, raw pigments and sculptural substrates.