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LIN Pei-Yao, born in 1998, is an artist from Taichung, Taiwan, currently pursuing a Master's degree in Fine Arts at Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA). Her works primarily center on video and spatial installations, exploring themes of fragmented and dualistic perceptual states, often manifesting as repetitive and mutable conscious spaces within the image. Her art delves into the multilinear temporality and the ever-shifting relationship between the body and self-perception.

Her recent works explore the intimacy, detachment, connection and rupture of bodily perceptions, as well as the immersive and dissociative experiences within image spectatorship. She engages in a creative exploration that investigates the disparities between the body, medium and image, aiming to create an ethereal experience such as fantasy, which mixed with materiality and information.


2020-now MFA, Fine Arts, Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan
2016-2020 BA, Fine Arts, Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan

Solo Exhibitions

2024 Self-Testing Starts, King Car Cultural & Art Center (KCCA), Taipei, Taiwan
2021 Run into My-cell: Lin Pei-Yao Solo Exhibition, Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA) Na-Pei Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan
2018 The Passing: Lin Pei-Yao Solo Exhibition, TNUA, Taipei, Taiwan

Group Exhibitions

2024 Kaohsiung Award, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
2023 Not Until Day Dreamed, Pine Garden, Hualien, Taiwan
2023 TNUA Master of Fine Arts: 2023 Open Studio, TNUA, Taipei, Taiwan
2022 Pretty Good–TNUA MFA Degree Show, TNUA Underground Experimental Field, Taipei, Taiwan
2022 I traveled 14km just to close the door for you, Lion Plaza, Taipei, Taiwan
2021 I Believe It Anyway, Sin Pin Pier—Absolutely Art Space, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
2020 Tian-Tian, Sanchong Air Force Military kindred Village No.1, New Taipei, Taiwan
2020 Taipei International Contemporary Art Annual (TICAA), Underground Gallery, TNUA, Taipei, Taiwan
2020 Assembly of Communities: MIX - Open Class Open Call, MOCA, Taipei, Taiwan


2024 Mind-Blowing–Kaohsiung Award, Excellent Work
2022 Road Movie: A Trip to the Moon–Arch Lunar Art Archive, Arch Mission Foundation, US