Taien Ng-Chan is a writer and media artist whose research explores locative media sound art and futurist imaginings of everyday life through immersive cinema. In addition to her scholarly work in such publications as Intermediality and Humanities, Taien has also published four books and anthologies of creative writing, produced multimedia arts websites, and written for stage, screen, and CBC Radio. She has shown her media works in film festivals and galleries across Canada and internationally, such as the Biennale internationale d’art numérique and the Art Gallery of Hamilton. She is a founding member of the Hamilton Perambulatory Unit (HPU), and Chair of the Commission for Art and Cartography at the International Cartographers Association. She teaches in Cinema and Media Arts at York University. The photos below are from Taien's books Maps of Our Bodies and the Borders We Have Agreed Upon and ribsauce.