Stick your Head in Art

Has Fallen in the Well by Tiffany Lin
Tiffany Lin's Has Fallen in the Well is included in the exhibition 保重 Farewell at the Columbia City Gallery through March 07, 2010.

Lin draws upon the solitude of childhood in her audio sculpture Has Fallen in the Well. Within a paper box, grass grows as if from suburban California. An audio remix from the story Tikki Tikki Tembo plays in the intimate one-person standing-room-only lantern, where one wants to both stay and exit. A too-close-for-comfort intimacy often leads to rushed good-byes.

Born in Taiwan and raised in California, Lin began studying piano at a young age. She continued piano studies at CalArts and completed a Bachelors in Music at the Cornish College of the Arts. Honors include an Artist Trust Grant, Jack Straw Residency and Virginia Center for the Creative Arts Fellowship. Projects include music for prepared piano and percussion with Paul Kikuchi as well as performing in non-traditional spaces with the Toy Boats, a toy piano quartet featuring small and toy instruments.


What are you waiting for?!

Go to the Columbia City Gallery and stick your head in art.

Columbia City Gallery
4864 Rainier Ave S
Seattle WA 98118
(206) 760-9843

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  1. [...] this Saturday, March 06, 2010. A few weeks ago, I wrote about Tiffany Lin’s featured art work Has Fallen into the Well. Over the next few days, I will post about the other artists beginning with Paul [...]

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  2. [...] City Gallery exhibition 保重 Farewell ends Saturday, March 06, 2010. At the show, you can stick your head in art by Tiffany Lin and play musical instruments by Paul Kikuchi. You can also decode art work by [...]

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