Born in Canberra, Australia 1986. Lives and works in Melbourne.
Boe-Lin Bastian works across video and installation and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with First Class Honours from RMIT University. During her Honours year, she studied spatial practice in the School of Sculpture and Environmental Art at the Glasgow School of Art, Scotland. Her practice revolves around her interests in gravity, accident and the nature of impermanence.
Boe-Lin has exhibited throughout Australia as well as in Greece, Indonesia, Taiwan, Scotland and South Korea. Major projects include site-specific works at Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, the Palace of Art, Centre for Sporting Excellence, Glasgow and a Queensland Government commission for Kick Off Contemporary Video Art Program at Metricon Stadium. Bastian has received grants from the Australia Council, the National Association for the Visual Arts, Asialink Arts and RMIT University. Her solo exhibition include Built 2014, at Grass Mountain Taipei, Goal 2014 at Platform ARI, Melbourne, A matter of when, 2012 at Firstdraft, Sydney and These things happen, 2011 at Kings ARI, Melbourne.
In 2014, Bastian was the artist-in-residence for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, as part of the touring exhibition Vertigo, curated by Claire Anna Watson.