How do open secrets manifest in intimate materialities, from buildings to bodies? White Shirt Experiments is a series exploring physical forms of speaking (back) to political power through photographs, found objects, videos and movement. The photographs allude to structural forms of open secrets. Move-on questions the embodiment of power that facilitates open secrets. Tread is a negotiation of staying when pressed to acquiesce or leave. This round of experiments is set in the artist’s current personal space in Birraranga/Narrm (so-called Melbourne), calling upon layers of spatial connections – the artist with their home country, Singapore, the ties between public and private, and the geographies of the internet.