Yu-Hsuan Lin, born in 1994, in Taipei, lives and works in Taipei. He works as an independent curator. With multifaceted practices from different roles he holds, Lin questions how artists, within a system, could displace or deconstruct the social structure both independently and collectively, and further inquiries into the contemporary issue－”How to Become us.” He has long dedicated himself to investigating social movement and the art eco-system, researching the cultivation of young artists and the generation gap in depth through his multifarious artistic production and curating.
In 2019, Lin initiated the discussion The Demand from Young Artists in VT Artsalon (Taipei) and Sin-Pink Pier (Kaohsiung) and published a series of articles in ARTOUCH. His curatorial practices included Detour(Taipei Artist Village,Taipei,2021)Guerrillas (VT ARTSALON, Taipei, 2018), The Taipei Dream (Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, 2018), Notice of Remova (Sian-Guang 2nd Village, Taoyuan, 2018), Pigs don't Fly (Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, 2018), Aerobraking (The Pier-2 Art Center, Kaohsiung, 2017), Inexpressible Signs of Subjects and Mediums Archeology (Yo-Chang Art Museum, Taipei, 2017). He was the curatorial assistant of Assembly of Communities: MIX (Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Taipei, 2020) and Mille-feuille de camélia (ARKO Art Center, Seoul, 2016). Now he serves as the director of AVAT (Association of the Visual Arts in Taiwan) 13th Board Members