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Exhibiting artists Wan-Yi Lin and Roger Chen (Mizzonk) discuss living and working on Six Acres for the last 20 years; what brought them there and how it has sustained them. Hear more about their art practice and join in an informal discussion with the artists and exhibition curator, Nan Capogna.
Session will be hosted online via the Zoom webinar platform with live English captions.
Registration is required. Register HERE.
About the Presenters:
Mizzonk is the collective name of the artist duo Wan-Yi Lin and Roger Chen, Taiwanese Canadians. Mizzonk studio has received several awards including the Accent on Design Award, a design industry award held in New York City, and the TID Award of Space Installation Art held in Taipei, Taiwan. Mizzonk’s desktop works were carried by museum stores including the Winnipeg Art Gallery and the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC. Recent projects by Mizzonk include a one-year-long participatory art project in Maple Ridge, BC; the Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition in La Conner, WA; the TID Award Exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan; a solo installation at the Center on Contemporary Art in Seattle, WA; an ongoing billboard art project and a participatory public art project in Pingtung, Taiwan.
They are graduates of the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. Lin holds a MFA in visual arts and Chen received a Bachelor of Architecture. They live and work in Greater Vancouver in British Columbia.
This program is supported by the #RichmondHasHeart program.