Say It with Noodles: On Learning to Speak the Language of Food
I have forgotten how to speak two languages. But I have learned this one.
Shing Yin Khor is a cartoonist and installation artist exploring collections, memory, immigrant identity, and new human rituals. They founded the immersive installation art group Three Eyed Rat, which has built large-scale space desert apothecaries, decrepit space salvage stations in the forest, and lumberjack-themed bars.
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