We met as undergrads during our study of Interaction Design and Media Arts at Simon Fraser University’s School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT).  Throughout the years, we have produced and crafted performances, installations, and video productions that explore the theme of emotional experiences through self reflection and immersion.  Currently, we are both pursuing our masters’ degree at SFU’s SIAT program at under the supervision of Dr. Thecla Schiphorst.

wynnie CHUNG | 鍾穎怡
emily IP | 葉素文
As an honours undergraduate student, Winnie pursues projects and research in experience design through wearables and interactive performing objects/environments.  Her current interest is studying and exploring the connection between art, the human body, and its surrounding space.  For over 13 years, Wynnie has  trained in dance and performance, specializing in Chinese and Contemporary. This allows her to bring about an organic experience to artistic and emotional expression. A recent graduate, Emily practices in crafting intimate experience between human and their surrounding, and cultivating inherent communication using human senses. Her main interest lies upon the interaction and dialogue made possible without the use of semantics. With a diverse palette of experience as an interior designer, communications artist and wedding planner, Emily hopes to refine the craftsmanship of story-telling through experience which affords for emotional exchanges.

By utilizing our understanding of the human body and realizing the emotional potential within spaces, there exist a raw emotional aspect within our design collaborations.  This allows the audience to draw from within and connect to our work in a very personal manner.   The human body is intimately linked to our very essence which, at its very core, provides us with inspiration into our ideologies, perspectives, and ultimately paves a path into our creativity.