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Lin Tianmiao born 1961 is a contemporary Chinese installation artist and textile designer. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from Capital Normal University in Beijing in 1984. In the 1990s, Lin created works with materials of contrasting textures.Her signature medium became undyed cotton thread. One of her earliest works, The Proliferation of Thread Winding (1995), included 20,000 balls of thread attached with needles to a rice paper-covered iron bed.Lin’s work often deals with themes specific to women and while critics have compared her work to Western feminist art with its focus on the manifestations of domesticity, she has rejected that characterization.
Since the mid-1990s, her works have been included in every major international museum show on Chinese contemporary art.