Shi Jin-Hua (1964-), born in Penghu, Taiwan, currently works and lives in Kaohsiung. Graduated from the Art Creation Institute of the University of California, Irvine, Shi's works are mainly based on behaviour and records. His concerned his life experience and religious practice. Due to suffering from diabetes, the way to control and measure of blood sugar deeply affected his life and creation. There are two main types of his performing works: one is writing, and the other is measurement. Taking his own body as a measuring tool and carrying out non-objective measurements, he uses recorded lines to convey his religious views and opinions. He has been invited to exhibit in the Taipei Biennale and Asia Biennale many times. His works are collected in the White Rabbit Art Museum of Australia, National Taiwan Art Museum, Taipei Fine Art Museum, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, and Art Bank Taiwan.


  • Shi Jin-Hua / Taiwan
    Pen Walking #142, 2014
    Pencil, paper and document 102 x 82 cm(畫心) 104x84cm(framed)
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    Shi Jin-Hua / Taiwan
    Seven Words Mantra, 2012.09.15~2016.03.22
    Paper, pencil, glass jar and document 94.5 x 215.6 cm
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  • Qin Yi-Feng / China
    Line Field 3, 1993
    Acrylic on canvas 50x60cm
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  • Syaiful Garibaldi / Indonesia
    Porculen Microorganisms #11, 2018
    Acrylic on board 20.5x28.1 cm
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  • Wu Yi-Ming / China
    Study of Song Dynasty Porcelain 16, 2012
    Ink and acrylic on xuan paper 35 x 50 cm
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