3 - Copy
Essays

Dailyrium

Shreyasi Pathak considers how temporal dimensions of crip time shape the archive

UNOG reading room still from video_1
Essays

In Observance: staying with the body, with Palestine at the United Nations

Tara Fatehi interferes with the rhythm by bringing movement and attention into the archive

IMG_0041
Essays

@silvermuon: an avatar, an invitation

Amber Jamilla Musser uses an IG alter ego to explore issues around Black femininity and the terms of representation

IMG_0104
Essays

And Yet

Ysabelle Cheung connects apocalyptic narratives and reality tv, bookstore closures and writing workshops, fear and death and community and more

IMG_0045
Essays

Book Begins with Beech

Lana Lin explores legacies of imperial naming practices, and the urgency to speak out against injustice

IMG_0100
Essays

change the game

Paul C. Fermin writes about states (and stakes) of being through basketball, star trek, and "oceanic feeling"

IMG_0103
Essays

Circle of Fifths

Christine Vicera writes about turbulence, holding space, building harmonies, and liberatory modes of thinking and being

ethan luk
Essays

Gifts

Ethan Luk writes about disappearing phone booths, letter writing, daily assemblies, a magnolia alba tree, hotel rooms, and more

9780226751351_1
Essays

How to Catch a Minnow

Emily Ogden asks how to love in conditions of uncertainty

larissa pham
Essays

I want to name that…

Larissa Pham traces the origins of her unlanguaged feelings, and the process of coming to terms with them

chu dadjokes
Essays

In Defence of the Dad Joke

Andrea Chu writes about not being funny, and reassures herself about it

IMG_0105
Essays

Last night a line appeared

Özge Ersoy meditates on translation, collaboration, and conveying texture and time

IMG_0056
Essays

Pokfulam Blues

Holmes Chan reflects on childhood memories of a neighborhood in Hong Kong, amidst more recent luxury property developments

IMG_0050
Essays

Sacks and Skins, or a Bag Full of Holes

Summer Kim Lee considers what to carry and what to shed, even in moments of disruption and upheaval

IMG_0068
Essays

so close, yet so off

Karen Cheung interrogates the desire to name, and giving yourself permission to write something that feels real

IMG_0055 (003)
Essays

Sydney's Omelette

Koel Chu reflects on the notion of cooking as labour of love and act of service

2
Essays

Tell, Don’t Show

Wong Chun Ying reflects on truth, connection, and love, drawing from experiences in film, journalism, restaurants, and art

IMG_0078
Essays

The grave in every name, or how else to be a good melancholic?

Kang Kang explores the temporalities and ethics of grief work, and losses that refuse “successful mourning”

zhou1
Essays

To Float on Open Waters

Mina Wang Zhou reflects on navigating the aquatics of tension

IMG_0101
Essays

with you, in open light

Sam Chan writes about meaningful trouble, how to begin, and condensing fury till it is flame