Jing Jin's artistic practice is mainly derived from the observation about our own situation in the “world", the excavation of the possible dilemmas brought to mankind by the technological development and urban alienation, and the reflection on the possible absurdity of civilization. In response to the above issues, she often use the method of replacing concepts to highlight absurd fragments that are often overlooked，and adopts the perspective of a skeptic and regards everyday environments with a subtle, transient intuition, inspiring the viewers to question the true nature of the world we live in.
Jin's work usually are presented in a combination of various media, including photography, video, installation and text. Her previous engineering background allowed her to maintain an observer’s perspective when arranging fragments and logic. Jin try to make the work present a certain "meaning" while conveying the "meaning" to its opposite, creating a tension between rational logic and poetic intuition.
In addition, She likes to get the audiences involved in the presentation process of her works by means of games or interactions. Meanwhile, simple physical machinery sometimes appears in work, which is also one of the paths of her artistic practice: through those basic interaction force and the process of repetition of simple machinery, to feel and grab the most basic elements and relationships under the complex system.
Jing Jin, visual artist, born in Huangshi, now works and lives in Xiamen, China. Jin got B.E. in Shanghai Maritime University(2006) and got MFA in Xiamen University(2009). In 2010, Jin went to Netherlands to pursue graduated study in Sandberg Instituut, awarded the MFA at 2012,and was nominated for the HSP Huygens Scholarship.
After returning to China, Jin mainly devoted herself to individual artistic creation. Meanwhile, she has co-founded Wallcode design studio and JieShiWu art project which is engaged in artistic research and art project planning. Her art works have been exhibited e.g. in Beijing Today Art Museum, Redtory Art+Design Factory, Hague City Hall, European Ceramic Work Centre(ECWC), De Appel Art Center, W139 Art Center, Chinese European Art Center (CEAC), European China Center Rotterdam(ECCR), American Selby Art Gallery, Three Shadows Photography Art Centre, Jimei·Arles international Photo Festival and other domestic and international art exhibitions and institutions.