About the website

Omoon is an online-based puppetry that provides a collaborative platform for creative exchanges between individuals and artists across all ages and expertise.

Omoon facilitates creative endeavors by providing practical steps in making puppetry using low-cost and no-cost materials such as toilet paper rolls, card boards and household items.

The initial Omoon project was created during the March 2020 COVID19 lockdown, henceforth the inspiration to use everyday household materials in creating an art piece that response to our new and (un)orderly experience. The continuation of Omoon project aims to document our individual/collective stories of COVID19.

Omoon website is predominantly supported by Banyule’s Arts and Culture Grant. The project is also supported by: 

About the artists

about artists
Credit: Artplay New Ideas Lab 2020 (Obang), Ewen Soo (left) and Youbi Lee (right)

Youbi Lee (UB) is a visual artist who works in many different media including printmaking, videography, puppetry and digital comics.

In Omoon project, UB is the puppeteer and video editor.

You can see her works at:


Credit: Artplay New Ideas Lab 2020 (Obang), Ewen Soo

Yee Wen (Ewen) Soo is a dancer, school teacher and an arts educator.

She has a dance background in Odissi, whereby she performs, assist in teaching and creates short dance pieces.

Ewen is passionate about arts-rich education. She hopes to engage children’s learning and social emotional development through the Arts.

In Omoon, Ewen is the puppeteer and project coordinator.

Her professional profiles include: