Anchi Lin (Ciwas Tahos) is a performance and new media artist of Taiwanese Indigenous Atayal and Hō-ló heritage based in Taipei, Taiwan. Following completion of a Bachelor of Fine Art in Visual Art at Simon Fraser University (Canada), Lin is pursuing a Master of Fine Art in New Media Art at Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA). Through her artistic practice, Lin seeks out new forms of understanding beyond the hegemonic worldview using video, performance, cyberspace, and installation.
Upcoming 2022 projects include Artspace Aotearoa solo exhibition (New Zealand), project under Suaveart for Jatiwangi Art Factory in Documenta 15th (Indonesia / Germany). Lin recently won 1st Prize for the TNUA Genie Lab Art Competition. Recent significant works include Perhaps she comes/to__Alang in Phantasmapolis Asia Art Biennale, 2021(Taiwan); The Land in the Middle of the Pond commissioned by the Green Island Human Rights Art Festival, 2021; The Mask and Canoe in Silent Carnival: The Sight of Gender in Taiwan, Taoyuan City Indigenous Culture Centre, 2020; performance artist for the 24th NIPAF’19, 2019 (Japan).