A practice of narrative therapy in image-making, externalising introverted emotions and experiences, encapsulating them in illustrations and thereby releasing them. There are 28 gifs representing a non-linear narrative of reoccurring daily introverted and shy emotions.
School of Communication
MA Visual Communication, 2019
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Pei-Hsin Cho is an illustrator and animator. Her work is narrative based and revolves around obscure sorrows concerning image-making as a therapeutic tool for intentional mental health care. She uses both hand drawing and digital painting to depict a variety of inward emotions and attempts to transcribe subtle feelings into tangible and visually tactile images.
- BA Animation, Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan, 2016
- World Illustration Awards, London, 2019; Dance of Life: Tales from Church Street, London, 2018; The Reader, London, 2018; Immersion Into Art, YZU, Taiwan, 2017; On Site Artfest - On Side Visual, Expo Dome, Taipei, Taiwan 2016
- World Illustration Awards, Shortlist, 2019; 3x3 Magazine, Student Show Winners No.14, Merit, 2017
- Dance of Life: Tales from Church Street, 2018