說故事的方法更像她的主要材料，時常混合影像、物件與文字於作品裡頭。她認為創作即是與生命同行，作品如在真實世界所設置的陷阱，標示出現實與想像的邊界，敞開另一種可能。近期曾參與新混炒沖繩聯展（CAMP，沖繩）、Sumida Studio Networks 駐村計劃（SSN，東京，日本）、台北美術獎（台北市立美術館，台北）、展歐德展等。
LIN YI-CHUN (b. 1990)
is a contemporary artist living and working in Taipei, Taiwan. In 2016, she completed her MFA degree in Fine Art at Goldsmiths, University of London. Good at telling stories by complexing different media especially objects, texts and images, her practice tries to capture phases of transition within the modern daily system and explores the transformation and fluidity of the identity and value. Her research and interests include the production of materials in relation to memory, the spatiality of time, duration and process in space, and the relationship between object and documentation. She believes that art practice should always synchronize with real life and therefore explores the boundaries of reality and imagination. Her current practice focus on connecting experimental narratives between literature and installation and their organic interaction with society. Lin received the Judge's Award in Taipei Awards in 2015 and has participated in several national and international group exhibitions and AIR programs in Okinawa, Tokyo, Taipei and London.