LIN Yi-Chi (b.1986), currently lives and works in Taipei. Lin received her Master’s degree in Fine Arts from the Taipei National University of the Arts. With educational backgrounds in both contemporary art and film production, her works take the form of video art, experimental cinema, and video installation. In recent years, her practice centers on the diaspora experiences in specific historical contexts, as well as the collection of memories and dreams rooted in personal identity. By employing images as the medium of necromancy, Lin reinterprets and re-enacts individual life experiences through enchanting scenarios in contemporary times; also, by summoning the marginal voices in certain regions through her practice, she is devoted to the reproduction of bonds among history, and collective memories. Lin was recently invited to exhibit works in the 13th Gwangju Biennale – Taiwan Pavilion, and the Biennale Jogja 2019 – Taiwan Pavilion; she has been selected as a finalist for the 16th Taishin Arts Award and won several awards, the winner of Miami Beach Pulse Prize (2019), the honorable mention of Taipei Arts Awards (2018), and the first prize of Kaohsiung Award (2018).