Betty Apple comes from a Y generation of avant-garde artists in Taiwan. She received her B.A. in Theater and M.A. in New Media Art at the Taipei National University of the Arts. Betty Apple’s art (and music) focuses on using body politics and performativity as her framework. Drawing on her lived experience as a millennial living in post-colonial Taiwan, the main idea is to symbolise what is repressed by the seemingly perfect/accurate sound of science and patriarchy. Her work appropriates symbolic objects from kitsch culture and consumer society as sound performance elements: mass-produced objects intended for eroticism or entertainment, such as vibrators, underwear or a high-heeled sex doll’s body, are carried inside the body through violent and grotesque means.