Tzu-Huan Lin

Tzu-Huan Lin

Tzu-Huan Lin

Tzu-Huan Lin is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York. An alumnus of the Pratt Institute, Lin’s art primarily focuses on narrative film and immersive installation, exploring different facets of art and issues about the digital age by working with issues that deal with various occurrences. Mythology, history, scientific theories, pseudo-documentary films, and experimental films are some contents dealt with in Lin’s artworks and also the approaches he employs. Through his interpretations of certain issues, he uses diverging narratives to dive into the themes being examined and to shape the artworks created. He also creates spatial installations to enhance the way the audience experiences his way of seeing the world.

His work was screened at Flux at ARoS at the ARoS, Aarhus Art Museum, Denmark (2021), and other exhibitions he has participated in recently include: 01_Love – Digital Art Festival Taipei (2020); Offline Browser: The 6th Taiwan International Video Art Exhibition (2018); and the 14th Athens Digital Arts Festival (ADAF, 2018). His solo exhibitions include: Hypothesis Atlas and Voyager at the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan (2020) and The Yellow Snake Is Waiting at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum (2017).

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