Jen Sungshine is a queer Taiwanese-Canadian interdisciplinary artist, community facilitator, and cultural producer based in Vancouver, BC. She is the Co-Artistic Director of Love Intersections, a media arts collective producing intergenerational + intersectional QTBIPOC stories through documentary film and artwork. Her works include "Yellow Peril: Queer Destiny", winner of the Gerry Brunet Memorial Award for best BC Short; and "The House of 9 Dragons", an oral history exhibit in Chinatown. She programmes community events at The Polygon Gallery, and co-produces Hot Pot Talks, CURRENT: Feminist Electronic Art Symposium, and Seize the Means (of Production) Video Co-op.
In the Press
CBC News Vancouver, on air interview with Andrew Chang, Same-Sex Marriage Coming to Asia, May 25 (2017)
"Lessons from a 500 sq ft Urban Jungle: A Fire Tiger's tale of living with a million houseplants", 10th annual Interesting Vancouver, SFU Woodwards (2017)