Clarinda Tse explores (in)humanity with a focus on perforation in soft-edged boundaries. Tse's work references the collaboration between body movement, vulnerability and hospitality through performance and the interaction of these fluid, possibly alive beings. She also employs text, sound, translucent surfaces, foods, and vessels, mellowing in the post-human state. Her recent work reflects on bathing, transformation, distribution of ownership, pet, ambiguity not giving in to oppression and not speaking, supported by Studio Projects 2019 of Market Gallery.