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Xuke Lin, a contemporary sculpture artist, whose work encompasses installation art, sculpture, and interdisciplinary pieces. She navigates the philosophical crossroads of existentialism and Taoism, artfully integrating Chinese traditional philosophy and culture with contemporary art. Having graduated from Central Saint Martins and now pursuing her MA in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art, Lin's body of work explores the complex interplay between the self and the universe, existence and consciousness, as well as the relationship with the natural world.

Her creations speak to the dialogue between man-made and natural elements, highlighting the intricate interconnectedness of humanity and nature. Through her reinterpretation of the relationship between existence and consciousness from a Chinese philosophical perspective, Lin prompts a reassessment of conventional definitions of existence, advocating for a more multifaceted, unrestricted understanding.

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