Interview on VISIONS blog
“Being an artist… for me…is a way of giving voice to the unameable, and giving form to what cannot be expressed with words alone…. Its a way of turning a critical eye to society and then using tangible forms to take it apart and reveal the truth hidden underneath. It’s a way to deal with the injustices, environmental loss and madness that surround us in a constantly globalizing world. Its a way of exploring how the personal can be political.”
A while ago I was interviewed for VISIONS, the Brown University/RISD Asian/Asian American literary/arts magazine. I’ve been a contributor to the magazine for the last three years and was honored to be asked to be a part of their blog. Hedgehogs. The End of the World.
LoveHoldLetGo interviewed and played on Guelph Community Radio
LoveHoldLetGo was interviewed in “A Mad Woman’s Underclothes and Byron in the Afternoon” on Campus and Community Radio in Guelph, Ontario. Our interview starts at the 36:30 mark. The show also features “you inverse” a poem by jessxchen, and “Wait (weight)” a song by iambeyon. Thanks so much to our wonderful friend, Byron!
”byron in the afternoon brings anti-oppressive and radical analysis to music, discussion and interviews on alternating themes — in an effort to describe ongoing struggles for liberation and beauty.”
You can listen to their show here!
heres a stuttering interview by the river of beyon and me. we talk about the anti-colonialism/environmental themes in our play and the origins of loveholdletgo.