Lili Chin is a visual artist and filmmaker based in New York City. Her interdisciplinary art practice incorporates film, video, ceramics, weaving, natural materials and mixed media to mine historical and personal narratives. An itinerant traveler with roots in both Oregon and Singapore, she draws inspiration from memory and natural landscapes. She is interested in deep time and ancient forms. She has exhibited at Microscope Gallery and the Abrazo Interno Gallery in New York, as well as several other art organizations in the US, Scotland, Latin America, Europe and China. Her work has been commissioned by the He Xiangning Museum in Shenzhen and the Ely Center of Contemporary Art in New Haven, CT. She has participated in several residencies, including Mass MoCA and the Swatch Art Peace Hotel. She has been awarded fellowships at the MacDowell Colony and recently returned to the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture as an alumni fellow. She has forthcoming projects at the Akiyoshidai International Art Village in Yamaguchi, Japan and the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY. Her studio is currently based in Brooklyn through BRIC Arts Media.
- Lili Chin
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