Hua Jin
Sunset & Moonrise
2016
Photo installation, inkjet prints, diptych
85" x 147"

Hua Jin
Untitled # 1
2016
Light box
20" x 27"

Hua Jin
Silver Rock
2016
Inkjet print
40" x 60"

Hua Jin
Starry Night
2016
Video still

Hua Jin
Moon
From the Don't Look You Will See series
2015
Inkjet prints, triptych
50.5" x 67"

Hua Jin
Birds
From the Don't Look You Will See series
2015
Inkjet print
53.7" x 71.3"

Hua Jin
Inner Mongolia (series)
2014

Hua Jin
Wave # 1
From Water & Mountain series
Inkjet print on Duraclear film between layers of Plexiglass
2013
21" x 31.5"

Hua Jin
Wave # 5
From Water & Mountain series
Inkjet print on Duraclear film between layers of Plexiglass
2013
21" x 31.5"

Hua Jin
My Big Family (series)
2010—

Hua Jin
EMOH (series)
2010
Digital c-print and LED panel
24" x 18"

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Hua Jin
Sunset & Moonrise
2016
Photo installation, inkjet prints, diptych
85" x 147"

Hua Jin
Untitled # 1
2016
Light box
20" x 27"

Hua Jin
Silver Rock
2016
Inkjet print
40" x 60"

Hua Jin
Starry Night
2016
Video still

Hua Jin
Moon
From the Don't Look You Will See series
2015
Inkjet prints, triptych
50.5" x 67"

Hua Jin
Birds
From the Don't Look You Will See series
2015
Inkjet print
53.7" x 71.3"

Hua Jin
Inner Mongolia (series)
2014

Hua Jin
Wave # 1
From Water & Mountain series
Inkjet print on Duraclear film between layers of Plexiglass
2013
21" x 31.5"

Hua Jin
Wave # 5
From Water & Mountain series
Inkjet print on Duraclear film between layers of Plexiglass
2013
21" x 31.5"

Hua Jin
My Big Family (series)
2010—

Hua Jin
EMOH (series)
2010
Digital c-print and LED panel
24" x 18"

Hua Jin

Hua Jin is a visual artist who currently works and lives in Montreal. After finishing her BFA at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver, Jin received her MFA degree from Concordia University, Montreal. She specializes in photo-based art, including but not limited to art documentation and large-size photo installations. Jin also explores the relationship between photography and installation, video, and drawing.

Jin is influenced by her Chinese culture and its related aesthetics. Her work focuses on a worldview that embraces the concept of transience: of time, of life, and of material things. Through the subject of nature, Jin’s practice contemplates the idea of change and the passage of time.

Jin’s awarding winning project My Big Family, a long-term and ongoing project that documents the changes in family structure and family values in relation to China’s birth control policy, gained broad attention both in China and Canada, including from CBC Radio and Television and winning her the Vancouver Mayor’s Art Award for Emerging Visual Artist.

Since 2005, Jin’s work has been exhibited and published in Canada, the US, China, and the Netherlands. Exhibition venues include the University of Toronto Art Centre, the Research House for Asian Art (RHAA) Chicago, Richmond Art Gallery, and MOCA Shanghai.

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