Jennifer Mien Mien Lin is a Taiwanese-Canadian artist whose mixed media work is internationally exhibited. She splits her time between in New York City her home, Hudson and Mexico and travels extensively for her fine art projects as well as her sustainability work. Her artworks and documentary films has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in New York, London, Paris, Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende, Art Basel Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, and Athens. She has been a practicing artist for 13 years.
Presently, she and her team are working on a large scale bioluminescent tree installation in Venice to draw attention to the vital importance of reforesting our planet.
Most recently, she has been asked to be a guest speaker at the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena California under the Toyota Endowed Series- ArtCenter Dialogues: a forum for eminent guests from a wide variety of art, design and educational backgrounds to inspire creativity.
Lin's visual photographic mixed media work expresses an investigation into what it means to be a woman in this world. Her photographs and mixed media works are visual transmutations of trauma and her personal experiences. Her work lifts the veil of the conventional visual canon to uncover more furtive and subtle realities of femininity and sensuality.
Her photography focuses on universal divine female archetypes. They reveal an aesthetic fascination with the similarity of the female body and natural environments like the ocean and plant life. Her work reveal the visual relationships that are forged between space and body.
She is also currently an Artist Ambassador for peace with the Keep the World Foundation based in Frankfurt, Germany.