Teh People is a collaborative studio that believes in the power of creative community. Meet the many artists jaziimun has worked with to create art, build experiences, and tell stories.
Mirae Lee is a cultural producer, translator, and illustrator from Tkaronto. She is also the co-founder of choa magazine, an online publication bringing together voices of Korean women in the diaspora. Her creative practice is grounded in her relationship with the land she resides, with music always playing in the background.
Ryookyung Kim (they/them) is a Tkaronto-based, interdisciplinary artist with a focus in visual storytelling through zines, tattoos, and ceramics. Through a queer, diasporic lens, their ever-evolving work tends to grief, spirituality, and radical love. Rooting into freedom through stillness and play, they invite flow into their creative practice that honours their human experience of feeling and dreaming—alongside tension and discomfort that comes hand-in-hand with expansion and growth.
Natalie Wee is a queer community-builder and the author of Our Bodies & Other Fine Machines. She was named the first runner-up for the 2020 Pacific Spirit Poetry Prize, the winner of the 2019 Blue Mesa Review Summer Contest for poetry, and a finalist for the Best of the Net. Born in Singapore to Malaysian parents, she is currently a settler in Tkaronto.
Forthcoming Fall 2021