The Calabash Gallery is an art space founded by nos:books in 2014. Its dimension transforms to accommodate different artists’ works, and it exists everywhere. The Calabash Gallery has been a portable and assembled space, touring exhibitions around. This time it turns two-dimensional, to present Lee Yun Mei’s Tuplets. Lee Yun Mei is keen on organizing and reorganizing space, and she is blissfully content with her sensibility for everyday objects. In Tuplets, Lee takes inspiration from daily objects, designs and produces acrylic stencils of various shapes. With the plastic stencil accompanied with the book, the author / readers could trace the stencil contours on the 3-ply carbonless copy paper, organizing the objects unlimitedly in the limits of the page, leaving three layers of traces of space, to tear off and share them. Tuplets is jointly published with Lee’s other two titles Moderato and Tenuto.