Gok-Lim is a writer and artist living on the unceded sovereign lands of the Whadjuk Noongar people. They are currently studying a PhD at the University of Western Australia on the history of the Christmas Island workers union.
In the past, they have co-produced participatory theatre (Friendquest), co-founded and managed a literary journal (dotdotdash), conducted living theatre and collaborative performance art projects (Grr Nights), and co-curated experimental performance festivals (Peaks) and group exhibitions (Anthologia: the language of flowers, Words Without Grammar, Seasons of Histories, and Hopes, Patches of Hope and Resistance, Instant).
Their practice is concerned with the social practice of living, and the potential for collaborative and accessible creative practices that are grounded in specific historical understandings. Currently, they are developing a queer, ecological, and divinatory creative practice.
Queer Nu Werk, 2023