Lin Li is an artist who was born in China and raised in Canada, her experience of moving between cultures inspired her focus and experiments in art.

Lin Li’s work investigates the uncertainty and boundary of non-verbal language through exploring a variety of senses, while questioning the existence of us with its relation to the surroundings and time.​

She uses and continues to incorporate different forms of communication, such as visuals, sounds, touches, actions, atmosphere, and intuition. Her work captures the original and complete experience of communication; makes usage of the absence of information, and emphasizes the uncertainty of communication.

 

Her work tends to evoke primitive feelings and emotions within viewers, allowing viewers to make personal connections and interpretations of the work. However, her work mostly questions the place individual has in the world, in relation to other existences and time. Through expressing her understanding and intuition on the meaning of existence, she creates work to further the discussion and search for answers.

Education 

2017 - 2021

Sheridan College, Canada

Exhibitions 

Solo

2021

Between Lines

Artzen Gallery, Shenzhen, China

2021

The Garden of Absence

Guangming Culture & Art Center, Shenzhen, China

2021

Between Lines

Sheng Shi Art Gallery, Shenzhen, China

2021

Qi Wu Suo

LuoHu Art Museum, Shenzhen, China

Duo

2021

The Artist's Monologue

Lin Li & Ziting Huang

Sheng Shi Art Gallery, Shenzhen, China

Group

2021

Our Rhythms: Invitational Exhibition of Young Artist

2021

Sheridan College Grad Show

2021

Textures, Patterns, Shapes or Forms Online Exhibition

2021

The 11th Annual "Animals" Online Exhibition

2020

Lights of the Future: The Second Art Exhibition for International Students

Awards 

2021

2021

2021

Textures, Patterns, Shapes or Forms Online Competition

Shape Of Water - Crystal Award

The 11th Annual "Animals" Online Art Competition

Media

Li Lin and Wu Yueting: Young artists present their works in the exhibition "Our Rhythms" at Luohu Art Museum

Contact Info

(1) 647 995 2928