Photo by Zack Filkoff

Yo-Yo Lin

Yo-Yo Lin is a Taiwanese-American, chronically ill media artist who explores the possibilities of human connection in the context of emerging technologies. Currently an art resident at Eyebeam, Yo-Yo is researching and developing methodologies in reclaiming and processing chronic health trauma. She aims to develop a digital and physical platform that serve as documentation and artistic evaluation of active survivors of chronic illnesses. Through an on-going movement exploration, Yo-Yo is deepening and expanding her perception of her illness in multitudes. She is particularly interested in the nuances and capabilities of the ill and disabled bodymind as a space of unprecedented beauty, emotion, and generosity.

Studies Project Organizer

Past Classes & Events

Studies Project: Modes of Embodiment: An Expressive Toolkit for Chronically Ill Bodies: Part 2

November 10, 2019
event

Modes of Embodiment: An Expressive Toolkit for Chronically Ill + Disabled Bodies

Sun, Oct 6 – Nov 10, 2019
workshop

Studies Project: Modes of Embodiment: An Expressive Toolkit for Chronically Ill Bodies

June 09, 2019
event