Jill J. Tan
Notes on the bicentennial of a f/l/ound/er/ing (2019)
Jill J. Tan is a writer, artist, and researcher committed to collaborative practice and multimodal exploration through games, performance and poetics. As a PhD candidate in Anthropology at Yale University, she studies death and dying in Singapore, working with funeral professions. Tan also writes about dance and social forms of art. Her work appears in Guernica, City and Society Journal, Brack, Mynah, Palimpsest, and the edited volume Resistant Hybridities: Tibetan Narratives in Exile. Tan’s multimedia hybrid poetics project “Notes on the bicentennial of a f/l/ound/er/ing (2019)” was awarded the 2022 Theron Rockwell Field Prize at Yale.