1. Photo credit: Fidelia Lam

1. Doreen Massey (2005) For Space.  Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications Ltd

2. Sara Ahmed (2006) Queer Phenomenology: Orientations, Objects, Others.  Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press

3. Édouard Glissant (1997) Poetics of Relation Paperback. Trans. by Betsy Wing.  Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press

4. Michel De Certeau (2011) The Practice of Everyday Life.  Berkeley, California: University of California; 3rd revised edition

FIDELIA LAM, United States of America

architect I landscape Architect I experience designer I media & sound artist I media theorist

is a Canadian interdisciplinary media artist and researcher whose work attends to formations of racialized, gendered, and affective spaces, crafting speculative diasporic ontologies through theoretical, aesthetic, and philosophic sites that offer provocations towards a poetics of possibility. Through multimedia assemblages, her work grapples with questions of Asian/Asiatic femininity as it intersects with ornamental objects, urban materials and sites, media, and digital technologies.
Through arts-based research, her work addresses questions of racialized, gendered, and affective spaces, often using spatial aesthetics and artificial environments to create critical provocations.