Jennifer Mien Mien Lin on woman as muse, what is TOO feminine, and the challenges growing up a Taiwanese woman.
Jennifer Mien Mien Lin is a Taiwanese-Canadian visual artist based in New York. Her mixed media work is an investigation into what it means to be a woman in this world. Her artworks lift the veil of the conventional visual canon to uncover the more furtive and subtle realities of femininity and sensuality. Her works explores universal female archetypes; they reveal an aesthetic fascination with the female body and its relationship to nature. The intersections between sexual identity, nature, biomimicry and narratives generated in private and public spaces are conceptually explored throughout her 14 years as a practicing artist. Her artworks and documentary films has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in internationally.