Pey-Chwen Lin was born in Taiwan in 1959. She received her doctorate degree of Creative Arts from University of Wollongong in Australia in 1995. She currently is the art professor and director of Digital Art Lab in National Taiwan University of Arts. Her artworks are presented in many museums and awarded by many festivals such as National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, MOCA Taipei, Kaohsiung Museum of Arts, Queens Museum of Art in USA, Lviv National Art Museum in Ukraine and Art Stage Singapore, Taipei Digital Art Festival, 404 Art Festival in Italy and Argentina, Shanghai Electronic Art Festival, Exit and VIA Art Festival in France, WRO Media Art Biennale in Poland, The Tetramatyka Audio Visual Art Festival in Ukraine, Taipei Biennial, Taiwan Biennial and etc., Pey-Chwen’s achievements were recorded in several art books including History of Contemporary Taiwan Woman Artists, Installation Art in Taiwan, Taiwan Contemporary Art, Taiwan Modern Art Series, The History and Development of Digital Art, Art of Taiwan, Digital Aesthetics, Art Island – An Archive of Taiwan Contemporary Artists, High School Art Textbook, Taiwan Digital Art E Files, Yearbook of Chinese Contemporary Art in China, Asian Who’s Who in Singapore and paradoxa feminist art journal in England.
Making of Eve Clone Documentation
“For Making of Eve Clone Documentation I series, I overlap both head and hand part of Leonardo Da Vinci’s manuscript with the line sketch and grid of Eve Clone’s head and hand part in order to accentuating the golden ratio of Eve Clone. Although Leonardo Da Vinci’s manuscript use male as model, the face ratio of Eve Clone is still highly similar with his manuscript keeping signs of computer software which I design that in purpose as contrast of digital file and manuscript document. In the last print of both head and hand, the upper document shows the metallic-colored forming head and right hand with “666 Mark of the Beast” of Eve Clone, and the lower part shows the chapter Daniel and Revelations of Bible in the mirror writing from Leonardo da Vinci. The final touch is AR techniques that transform Eve Clone from a static print into dynamic video to simulate a vivid Eve Clone interacting with audiences in real world.”