I am a graphic designer and writer interested in language, memory, and gesture in the context of the Sinophone diaspora, with a focus on making websites. My practice combines personal and scholarly research with speculative storytelling.
Projects I think of fondly:
, a website hosting photos of marine creatures taken by a friend conducting marine biology research in Palau. I overlaid the photos with text we co-wrote that details current political developments in Palau that threaten the future of the national marine sanctuary.
, a screen-printed publication of my own writings considering the concept of “lag.” Rather than a simple annoyance, I began to think of lag as a sign of bare, material resistance against the immediacy and high speed demanded by capitalist systems of global circulation.
, , and , a set of posters, risograph flyers, and social media gif co-designed with Daedalus Li and Sarah Elawad, for “GRIP,” a dj panel organized by Ang Zhang and Ashley Teamer from Yale's Painting department.