Lin Chau is a mixed media artist based in Scotland. Her practice is underpinned by her connection to the world and her environment–be it social, political, or geographical–that she finds herself within. Much of her recent work is concerned with displacement and the passing of time. In addition to drawing as the core of her practice, Chau works with a variety of media from installation to printmaking, continually exploring new creative techniques that invite viewers to consider diverse ways of looking at the interaction of places and landscapes.
2014/15 – MLitt Fine Art Practice, Sculpture & Environmental Art, The Glasgow School of Art
2014 – BA(Hons) Fine Art, The Glasgow School of Art
- RSW 138th Open Annual Exhibition, Edinburgh, 2018
- Royal Scottish Academy Open Exhibition, Edinburgh, 2018
- FACSIMILIZATION, Before and After: the reworking of a 1965 mural by Alasdair Gray, 2018 A collaboration between Lin Chau, Alasdair Gray and Roger Farnham, The Light House, Glasgow.
- Intertwine: An Art Exhibition, Singapore, 2018
- RGI 154th Open Annual Exhibition, The Mitchell Library, Glasgow, 2017
- Paisley Art Institute 2017 Scottish Drawing Competition, Glasgow.
- Royal Scottish Academy Open Exhibition, Edinburgh, 2017
- The Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour 6th Open Summer Exhibition, Lillie Art Gallery, Glasgow, 2017
- Mackintosh Reimagined, Mackintosh Museum, The Glasgow School of Art, 2016
- CUT, Glasgow Print Studio, 2017
- Festival littéraire de Parisot, France, 2019
- From a Distance, Howden Park Centre, Livingston, Scotland, 2016
- Glasgow City Council Green Year 2015, Growing the Green Economy, Glasgow City Council office, 2015
- You Build on Mackintosh, The Art School, Glasgow, 2014
- Part Seen, Imagined Part: GSA in Dunoon, 2014