b. 1971, Taiwan

Lin Chi-Wei Biography

Lin Chi-Wei is a multi-disciplinary artist who has received academic training in French literature and cultural anthropology as well as specializing in new media art. He is a founding member of Zero and Sound Liberation Organization, the pioneering group for experimental music in Taiwan. In 2012 he published his book 'Beyond Sound Art: The Avant Garde, Sound Machine and the Modernity of Hearing', in which he analyzes the aesthetic condition of sound and art in a post-colonial East Asian context. Since the early 1990s, Lin also has been exploring the realms of folklore culture, integrating elements of religious music, poetry, and art in his works. Lin's work has been exhibited internationally and was presented at the Venice Biennale, Shanghai Biennale and the Tate Modern.

Lin Chi-Wei Featured Artworks

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Tape version 10 《十號印地版磁帶》 by Lin Chi-Wei contemporary artwork installation
Lin Chi-Wei Tape version 10 《十號印地版磁帶》, 2013 Broidery on ribbon
5 x 10000 cm
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Tape Music by Lin Chi-Wei contemporary artwork mixed media, textile, textile, textile
Lin Chi-Wei Tape Music, 2012 Live performance of Lin Chi-Wei's 'Tape Music,' using a 120m long tape with embroidered phonetic characters without further instruction, Tate Modern, London.
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The Metro by Lin Chi-Wei contemporary artwork painting
Lin Chi-Wei The Metro, 2015 Acrylic on canvas
96 x 137 cm
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