Guest artist for Overland 227: Yee I-Lann

Picturing Power: Wherein one, in the name of knowledge, measures everything, gives it a name and publicises this, thereby claiming it


Essay artwork for ‘Resisting the institution’

Yee I-Lann_Resisting the institution


Nakata Brophy Prize artwork for ‘Muyum: a transgression’

Yee I-Lann_Muyum_a transgression


Fiction artwork for ‘Broken zippers’

Yee I-Lann_Broken Zippers


Fiction artwork for ‘Magpie’



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Yee I-Lann

Yee I-Lann was born in Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia. She graduated in visual arts at the University of South Australia, and later studied painting at Central St Martins School of Arts in London. I-Lann’s primarily photomedia-based practice speculates on issues of culture, power, neo-colonialism and the role of historical memory in our social experience. For more, visit

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