Miki Lin is a digital craftsman, visual effects artist, and material storyteller who explores the realm of phygital technology. She explores combining XR, wearable technologies, and textiles craftsmanship to explore sustainable approaches for digital fashion. She delves into immersive interactions, pushing the boundaries of digital arts and fashion.
Her mission is to use digital technologies to develop means including fashion film, fashion gamification to reveal the stories behind how a raw material becomes a finished product, thereby delivering fashion sustainability values in an immersive, engaging way.
Drawing from her background in fashion textiles design, Miki combines computational arts to create speculative materialism and technological nature within the digital arts landscape. Blurring the lines between art and design, her works employ immersive storytelling and digital pedagogy to foster sustainability in the context of web 3.0.
London Craft Week 2022 exhibit: 'A Whole Life of Bamboo' for the Future of Craft, OXO Tower
2023 ‘Micropolis’, moving images, documentary of bacterial art, exhibit in Poly Art Museum, programme founded by Beijing Culture and Arts Fund (BCAF)
Edinburgh Science Festival 2023 exhibit bacterial screenprint collection: ' Interlinked ', Summerhall Gallery.
Milan Design Week 2023 exhibit: 'Augmented Bamboo' for Circolare, Isola District.