Peggy & Karen Ngan are Vancouver-based artists. They graduated from Emily Carr University with a major in Visual Arts. The pair have been collaborating since 2002, primarily in performance, drawing, installation, and conceptual-based practices. In their work the Ngans explore the identity of twins, and the ways that this might be perceived by the public. The artists are also co-founders of Yactac, an art collective and exhibition space in Vancouver whose mandate involves thinking about and practicing art on a daily basis. Within their practice the pair intend to promote interaction and collaboration between the audience and artwork, with an on-going interest in blurring activities of daily life with art practices.