"Language is a logic."
Ling-Wen Tsai was born in Taiwan and lived there for most of her life. After receiving a degree in nursing she moved to the United States to follow her true passion, art. That cultural shift and change in identity has completely altered the way she sees the world.
In the first part of my conversation with her we discuss what it was like to come to the United States and how learning a different language really does change your brain.
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Ling-Wen Tsai was born in Taiwan and lived there for the first 25 years of her life. She currently lives and works in Portland, Maine, USA. Her work has taken the form of painting, installation, performance art, photography, and video. In recent years she has integrated visual, sound/music, and body/movement into her artistic practices, and has collaborated on a regular basis, with musicians, composers and sound artists such as, Lior Navok, Tracey Cockrell, George Winston, ISQ (Improvisational String Quartet), Nathan Kolosko, and Carl Dimow.