Mizzonk is the collective name of the artist duo Wan-Yi Lin and Roger Chen, both Taiwanese Canadians, and graduates of the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.
Based in the Greater Vancouver Area in BC, Canada, with combined training in Fine Art and Architecture, Lin and Chen co-create objects, wall art, sculpture, installations, and participatory art projects. Their art intends to bring one closer to the inner self.
Mizzonk studio has received several awards including the Accent on Design Award, a design industry award held in New York City, and the TID Award of Space Installation Art held in Taipei, Taiwan. Mizzonk’s desktop works were carried by museum stores including the Winnipeg Art Gallery and the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC. Recent projects by Mizzonk include a one-year-long participatory art project in Maple Ridge, BC, the Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition in La Conner, WA, the TID Award Exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan, a solo installation at the Center on Contemporary Art in Seattle, WA, an ongoing billboard art project and a participatory public art project in Pingtung, Taiwan, a public art installation presented by Artscapes in Tacoma, WA, an ephemeral installation outside of the Seattle Center and an exhibition presented by the Dimension Endowment of Art in the 2019 Edition of Art Taipei in Taipei, Taiwan.