Pei-Ying Lin

(Taiwan, 1986)

Graduated from MA Design Interactions, Royal College of Art, and BSc in Life Science with minor in Computer Science and Humanities & Social Studies at the National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan. The major focus of Pei-Ying’s projects are how science and human society can be combine together, how human’s hidden desires can be facilitate by technology, and how it can change the cultural aspect of a society. Mainly working in the domains of Social Sciences topics and creating new fictions at the level of philosophy and semiotics of human cognitions. She loves to use biological experiments and theatre to play and observe human beings as the inspiration for creation. The recent focuses are on the spectrum of human behaviour affected by infectious diseases, and the cultural spectrum of our understanding of the world through biological materials.

She founded Taiwanese BioArt Community and is the main facilitator at the moment. She organises discussions around the overlapping of Science and Art, as well as running Science&Art workshops and talks. The community tries to make a bridge between two separate disciplines, and craft the way for this new field in Taiwan within museums, academies, and organisations.

She has received Honorary Mentioned in Hybrid Arts Category in Ars Electronica, Runner Up in Speculative Concepts in Core 77, and expecting to start a residency in CERN in year 2016. She also runs a Taiwanese BioArt community in Taiwan, trying to initiate the conversation between science, art and design in Taiwan.

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