How do we sustain the momentum to build an artistic practice of our own and make shifts when our souls desire? I cannot think of a better person to talk about this than my friend Jasmine Gui, who always amazes me and friends around her that she holds space for the different facets of identities and consistently has an intimate relationship with her craft and creativity.
Key highlights of this episode
Jasmine Gui is a Singaporean-born interdisciplinary artist, programmer at the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival, and Jasmine Gui is a doctoral student working in decolonial, diasporic literature and media. She is the co-founder of TACLA, a community archive initiative and runs Teh Studio and San Micropress. Her creative research practice centres the decolonial imaginaries of grief, memory and joy. Her work has been exhibited at Xpace Cultural Centre, and featured in publications such Hungry Zine, Canthius, Room Magazine, Held Magazine, SineTheta amongst others, and she collaborates on experimental paper arts as one-half of the creative duo, jabs.
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The Everyday Talent Podcast is produced by Betty Xie and Benice Detoon.