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Jenny Lin, MFA, BFA

Part-time Instructor, Print Media


Website(s): Jenny Lin

Jenny Lin is a visual artist based in Tiohtiá:ke / Mooniyang / Montréal, who works with experimental narrative, primarily in the form of print-based installations, artists’ books and zines. She is drawn to the socio-political, accessible and community-based aspects of print and zine-making, self-publishing and distribution, and uses drawing and text as a way to process life experiences and connect with the world around her. Some of her zine projects have included web, video and AR components, feeding into an interest in moving and transforming images, interactivity and wide-reaching platforms. She works together with Eloisa Aquino as B&D Press, a queer micropress project. Together, they have created collaborative zines as well as print-based installations, and facilitate zine-making workshops with a focus on queer, feminist content and QTBIPOC communities. She was involved as a core member of Qouleur Qollective, a member of articule’s Fabulous Committee, and is a cofounder of the Queer Print Club.



BFA          University of Calgary, 1998
MFA          Concordia University, 2001

Areas of expertise

Print media, zines, artists' books, self-publishing, screenprinting, drawing, digital print, print installation

Research interests

Experimental narrative, autobiographical fiction, absurdity, democratic print, queerness, QTBIPOC identity and community, feminism, anti-racism, intersectionality

"Loops", box of digital ink-jet prints with AR elements
Photo credit: Jenny Lin
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