Lina Chang (b. 1995) is a phonographer that observes the way information is stored and retained in the form of traces. Working with the process of pulp making and radio wave frequencies – self-recording machines are created in which memory is carved and inscribed. The past is manifested through re-tracing the surfaces of grooves, where a non-physical experience is rematerialized. Recording mediums possess their own unique form of archiving the past through specific processing speeds, housed in various structures. Observing the inscription and the ‘record’, her aim is to find alternative forms of reading artefacts of the past through a presence and absence of information.



Group Exhibitions

2018
Chelsea Undergraduate Degree Show - Chelsea College of Arts, London

2017
Translations, Chelsea College of Arts,  London
Alt, The Old Police Station, London
Cue 2 Cue, Etcetera Theatre, London


2016
Territories, Chelsea College of Arts, London
Meeting Point, Myatt's Fields Park, London


Awards
2013 Presidential Scholarship, Pratt Institute
2013 Scholastic Silver Portfolio Award, Scholastic Art & Writing Awards


Education
2018 Silverthorn Radio Club - Amateur Radio License, credited by OfCom and the Radio Society of Great Britain
2015 - 2018 Chelsea College of Arts - BA (Hons) Fine Art  
2013 - 2014 Pratt Institute - BFA/ Foundation


Contact
linachang03@gmail.com
ham radio call sign: M6OMU 
@lina_eunji



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