Jialin Long is a Chinese lens-based visual artist. Her practice focuses on issues in contemporary culture, using new methods of presentation to explore socio-political and feminist issues. Formulating alternative statements and positions, Long challenges stereotypes and rethinks issues facing marginalised communities. Using photography and, more recently, artificial intelligence she actively seeks ways to support and enhance the desired aesthetics and concepts of her intended message.

Solo exhibitions and screenings include Red Illuminates II: Age Instructions on Marriage and Childbearing, The Library Project (2023); Red Illuminates, The Courthouse Gallery, Co.Clare (2021); Yuri, 13th edition Dublin Chinese Lunar New Year festival (2021). Selected group exhibitions include Tooth, DIVA (2023); MAKING ART: Photography, Draíocht Gallery, Dublin (2022); The Figurative Seven, The Courthouse Gallery, Co.Clare (2022); In Our Own Image: Photography and the Social Gaze, Photo Museum Ireland (2022); On Portraiture, PhotoIreland Festival, Printworks Dublin Castle (2022); 192nd RHA Annual Exhibition, Dublin (2022); you breathe differently down here, Draíocht Gallery, Dublin (2022).

Recent awards include the TBG+S Recent Graduate Residency Award, the Create AIC, Recent Graduate Research and Development Award, The Arts Council Visual Arts Bursary Award, and The Courthouse Gallery, Graduate Exhibition Award. Commissions include the Visual Art Commission at The Dock Gallery, Carrick-on-Shannon, and Creative Ireland/ Dublin City Council's Diversity Commission.