Anda Deng

Anda is a songwriter and editor in Toronto. Between making her impressionistic indie solo EP (@andakidou) and polishing sentences to a shine, she sings and plays with the all-female band/angelic lovefest Tiger Balme (@tigerbalme).



Anda is working on Traces.

Joseph Chung

After graduating from York University in Cinema Media Studies, Joseph has been working with the Reel Asian International Film Festival for the past three years. He has worked on short narrative films, commercials, and documentaries. Currently he is working as a producer on a few independent projects which will be released in the second quarter of 2019.



Joseph is working on Traces.

Stephanie Xu

Stephanie is an avid photographer and enjoys documenting lives and stories through travels all over the world. Completing her Honours Arts degree this spring in conflict studies at U of T, she hopes to pursue further research in how visual representation provides structure and agency within global development. Stephanie is excited to be collaborating with P40 on this upcoming project on diaspora and migration depicted through clothing. You can check out her work at www.rawandrove.com

Stephanie is working on Wear We Came From.


Isabelle Docto

Isabelle is a multimedia journalist who travelled from her hometown of Vancouver to Toronto ready to meet new people and share their stories. She works at CTV News while also co-hosting Not Seen on TV podcast, sharing her passion for Asian representation in Canadian media over the airwaves.


Isabelle is working on Wear We Came From.

In 2017, the incubator hosted a digital anthology series: Diasporasian Mythologies, funded by Arts Starts, Platform A.

Facilitators: Rudrapriya Rathore, Christie Wong, Wenting Li, Haaris Qadri

Participating artists included:
Jennilee Austria, Jody Chan, Rain Chan, Rachel Chow, Peter Ko, Mirae Lee, Amanda Low, Luyos Marycarl, Kim Nguyen, Sana Saleem, Jennifer Su, Vicky Wang, Ru Yap, Vincent Yung, Anda Zeng, and John Smith.


Jasmine Gui

Born in Singapore, and raised in three different cities, Jasmine is a freelancer currently living in Toronto, working in decolonization. She is an MA in English, Diaspora and Transnational Studies, and published her first chapbook, boke, through wordsonpages press.
You can find her poetry in publications like Softblow, Panorama Journal, ricepaper, Hart House Review, Acta Victoriana, and (parenthetical).

You can find her writing at jaziimun.com.

Jasmine worked on A Crown of Little Sounds EP.
Past Projects: lov(e)scapeslost wor(l)ds

Peter Ko

Peter was born and raised in and around the city of Toronto having grown up in a home surrounded by music. His first instrument was the pots and pans played with chopsticks. After realizing his passion for noise, his parents set him on the course to fall in love with music. Since then, he’s picked up guitar, bass, drums, piano and pretty much anything he wants to learn.

Follow Peter on Bandcamp and Soundcloud (coming soon!!)

Peter worked on A Crown of Little Sounds EP.

Naomi Cui

Naomi Cui is a jack of all trades, master of none. She has a degree in Computer Science and Linguistics from the University of Toronto and can usually be found at the intersections of art, technology, language, and design. You might be able to see what she’s up to at www.nowme.ca, but no guarantees.

Naomi worked on Chicken Soup and Goji Berries.

Janice Liu
Janice Liu is an illustrator, teaching artist, and kid-at-heart. She depicts sunny worlds and characters, and her art is often inspired by the child-like tendency to make-believe. She has had a home in many cities: Hong Kong, Guangzhou, and most recently, Toronto, where she attended the University of Toronto. She now lives in the beautiful Vancouver area.
You can view her work at janiceliu.com and flutterdoodle.tumblr.com.
Janice worked on Chicken Soup and Goji Berries.
Abby Ho

Abby Ho is currently studying Cross-Disciplinary: Life Studies at OCADU. Frequently trying to turn her visual thoughts into visual art, her work seeks to question how our identities are formed. Although drawing and painting are her main methods of expression, Abby likes to work in installation art to allow the viewer to also participate in the work. She wears mostly monochrome, but her work is often much more colourful.

You can view her work at abby-ho.com.

Abby worked on Broken Dialogue.

Rachel Wada

Rachel Wada is an interdisciplinary artist completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration Degree at Emily Carr University of Art and Design. She utilizes drawing and painting as a mode of visual problem solving and self-expression. Besides honing her artistic practice, you can find her playing music too loud, eating too much, and not sleeping enough.

You can view her work at rwillustrations.com.

Rachel worked on Broken Dialogue.

Virakone Sonethasack

b. 1990 – Ontario, Canada
Virakone Sonethasack is a Toronto based artist working primarily in printmaking, specializing in screenprinting and lithography. He also works with photography and video.

Virakone worked on Broken Dialogue.

Andrew Keung

Andrew is an aspiring architect who is in love with art, design and photography, based in Toronto, Canada. He currently attends the University of Toronto as a double major in Architectural Studies and Visual Studies. If he is not in the studio, he is either out taking photos, drawing or eating.

You can view his work at andrewkeung.com.

Andrew worked on lov(e)scapes.

Grace Kwok

Grace is a political science student from Toronto, Canada. On her daily commute (to and from the dreaded suburbs) she dreams in immaculate detail while maintaining her love for minimalism. Currently, she is learning when it is okay to insert sassy commentary and when she should keep her sass to herself.

You can view her work at thebaoface.com.

Grace worked on lost wor(l)ds.

Chloe Leung

Chloe is an architecture student currently based in Toronto, Canada. Other than always dreaming of Japan and admiring its minimalism, she is constantly in search of defining her own aesthetic and taking pictures of everything around her [food, people, blooming teas…].

You can view her work at chloeleung.com.
And follow her aesthetic wanderings @koeee.

Chloe worked on lost wor(l)ds.