[image description above: A illustration selfie drawing version on the right long hair and choker spikes, written hand writing blue font titled zine book "Life Conditions, Asian Deaf Queer NB" by Jessica Leung with a website: www.jessicaleung.space]
Submission to Too Queer: BI Cabaret 2017 in Unceded Coast Salish Territories of the Musqueam, Skxwú7mesh-ulh, Stó:lo & Tsleil-Waututh nations (Vancouver, BC).
explores a visual sound audio clip of what is it like as a Cochlear Implant user, Jessica on their daily life experience interpretation of sound and vision impact that is the most sensitive sound and relations intersecting identities to them.
[image description: A person who is looking up at the cloudy sky under a building and a tree, wearing frame glasses leather choker silver spike blades around their neck, and wearing dark jacket]
Parallel Tracks member
A five day + webinars session in online and Toronto, ON experiencing a space curating and bring facilitation and knowledge skill practice for IBPOC (Indigenous, Black, People of colour) focusing on inclusive bridge the discussion on arts community based and social justice implementation.
[ above Image description: A light skin fair woman, Jenna Mazur sitting to the left side, with their hands to the back brushing their hair, sitting in front of a table with a wooden hard bottle in front wearing black top. A black hair fair skin Asian, Jessica Leung wearing blue glasses and black leather silver spikes choker on the neck and a black top sitting to the right posing with their index finger pointing in front.]
[image description: A collective members following from left to right Krys, Rob, Grace, Natalie, Mariam, Albert and Jessica and Reneltta Arluk as a facilitator of the program.]