Sitji Chou is a lethargic cat trapped in a human meat body. He survives as a freelance animator in Vancouver, Canada. He is one of the artists in the Journey-scapes art exhibition at the Gene Siskel in conjunction with the FAAIM 21st Annual Asian American Showcase April 1st through 14th, 2016. We asked him a few questions about her work and artistic journey!
What/Who inspires you?
People watching inspires me a lot. I daydream a lot about where strangers are going, what they are doing and thinking, and about their past. That's usually the starting point but it deviates pretty quickly into a mess of nonsense.
What are you working on right now?
I just came back from a long trip, so I'm still in the pitching phase for a few freelance projects. There's a couple I'm pretty excited about but I don't want to jinx myself!
How would you describe your artistic journey?
My artistic journey definitely has had it's ups and downs. So much of the art I make depends on my frame of mind and I'm lucky that the stars have aligned enough times for me to make a career of it.