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Lin Yi

1989 Born in Chaozhou, Guangdong, China

2014 Graduated from Guangzhou Academy of Art with Bachelor’s Degree

2019 Graduated from China Academy of Art with Master’s Degree

Currently works and lives in Hangzhou




Chong Er, Wonespace, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China

From Lausanne to Beijing: the 11th international FIBERART Biennale Exhibition, Academy of Arts & Design, Tsinghua University, China

The Third Chinese Women Artist Video Art Festival, Museum of Querétaro, Mexico


Art Nova 100 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Guardian Art Center, Beijing, China

Dune of Sensibility, Clock Ten Art Space, Beijing, China


“Boundless Encounters” 2019 Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art, Zhejiang Art Museum, Hangzhou, China

The 7th “Tomorrow Sculpture Award” Exhibition, Art Museum of Sichuan Academy of fine arts, Chongqing, China

Echo Time, The 3rd Frontier Fiber Art Exhibition, The Roof Art Museum, Liang Zhu Center of Arts, Hangzhou, China


A World of Looms: Weaving Technology and Textile Arts in China and Beyond, Chinese National Silk Museum, Hangzhou, China

Silk Breaking Boundaries of its Dimensions-Contemporary Chinese and Foreign, Embroidery Art Exchange Exhibition, Hanshan Art Museum, Suzhou


Chinese Pose-The 4th Chinese Sculpture Exhibition, Shandong Art Museum, Jinan, Shandong, China


The 12th National Exhibition of Fine Arts, Taiyuan Art Museum, Taiyuan, Shanxi, China


Zero 1st Contemporary Sculpture Exhibition of Female Sculptors, Zero Arts Center, Beijing, China




Lin Yi's creation revolves around the fantasies of daily life, she emphasizes a kind of repetitive labor in her works, it strengthens women's identity and status of working in everyday life. Her recent works focus on materials and social concerns, she expanded from her own life to the relationship between herself and the society, through her unique artistic way, taking the materials in life as the carrier, exploring and emphasizing elasticity, body, events, nuances and other issues. On the boundary between chance and necessity, she discusses the contradictory relationship of human being, while in space and field, between family and society.