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River Lin (TW)

Innovative Leadership: Artists as International Curators

River Lin is an artist and curator working across the fields of visual and performing arts. River’s work includes choreography, live installation, one-on-one performance. Body is the main medium he uses to explore art forms, to activate participation and audience involvement, and to investigate the relationship between time, body and the ritualistic.
His work has been presented at festivals and exhibitions internationally, including Do Disturb Festival of Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Camping Festival of Centre National de la Danse, 2016 Taipei Biennial, M+ Museum in Hong Kong, Rockbund Art Museum in Shanghai, Manifesta Biennial in Zurich, the Liveworks Festival in Sydney, and ANTI Contemporary Art Festival in Kuopio among others. In 2016-2017, He has been Project Curator of National Culture and Arts Foundation of Taiwan’s International Performing Arts Development Program CO3. In 2018, He has curated Taiwanese program at TPAM Fringe. Sine 2017, he has co-initiated and curated Asia Discovers Asia Meeting (ADAM) with Taipei Performing Arts Center.

About The Innovative Leadership Network (ILN)

Artists as leaders of change”

ILN is a Nordic cross-disciplinary platform working towards enabling artists to become leaders, developing innovative methods for artistic research activities, as well as developing new ideas in relation to rethinking institutions, increasing audience engagement, investigating new presentation formats, tackling political & societal issues or working on sustainable practicesin order to challenge status quo.

The platform proposes fruitful exchanges between Nordic & European artists, researchers and creative workers from the performing arts field through networking events, lectures & thematic workshops, and open seminars that will take place in Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Norway from April 2018 to October 2020. Regular online publications will feed the reflection and build cross-sectoral knowledge.

INL is one strand of an ambitious Artist’s Research Lab and Residency Programme developed by Dansehallerne and its partners.

Venue: Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Kongens Nytorv 1, 1050 København K

Free entrance