> as an artist and writer, i often find myself interweaving between cross-disciplinary dialogues that stem from movement, spatial, linguistic, verbal, and technological gestures. i am interested in how these processes can relate to shape-shifting our cognitive, emotive, bodily, and collective ways of being.
as a soft spoken woman, i am led towards connecting to practices of embodiment through which strength in vulnerability can become exposed. i seek to intertwine approaches of well-being with theoretical discussion and live practices that stem from contemporary art discourses, femininity, Indigenous perspectives, performance in art history, contemporary dance, and active grassroots cultures.
coming from a mixed ancestry of Asian-European roots with gaps in between, i carry much gratitude for continuing to grow and learn as a guest on the unceded ancestral lands of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples (north / vancouver).