made these projects
and is working on these

currently exhibiting

graduated from zoom school

made a workbook

this is my terminal


made a desktop performance

learned about cloud (storage)

made a satirical voice assistant

looked at            security cameras

worked on an exhibition

did some branding

built an archive

built an 6’ x 8’ installation

hosted a collaborative workshop

made posters & gifs

crafted an artist book about sexual assault

performed a task for a really, really, really long time

and made more books from found scans.

anh (she/her). bfa in graphic design + mps at nyu itp. likes tuxedo cats and speed-walking from ktown to sohodislikes hot weather, cockroaches and slow walkers. say hi︎︎︎


“Am I depressed or am I just lazy?” is a half-joking half-serious question I often bring up to my therapist, with other alternative versions include “Do I really have ADD or am I a hoarder?”, “Am I really traumatised or am I just looking for attention?”, and “Do I really have mental health problems or am I just using them as crutches to avoid responsibilities?”

The digital experience consist of a linear slider that can be moved back and forth, with each interval triggering a sound. Even though the options/steps are different, they all trigger the same automated, robotic voice that says “lazy”. The linear slider represent the way I have been viewing life thus far, as well as how narratives about mental health are often presented: clear-cut, black-and-white with no in-between.