Min ha Park (b. 1984 South Korea) lives and works in Seoul, Korea. Min ha Park’s abstracted landscapes start as photographs or sketches made on the iPhone or the iPad. Its translation to paint, color, and form reframe perception as highly personal, yet coded by shared associations. Recent works observe invisible phenomena that infiltrate the immediate surrounding and manifest its existence on to the human body.
She received her BFA from the School of Visual Art and MFA from the Yale School of Art in 2011. Recent projects include a solo show titled Sun Gone at One and J. Gallery (Seoul, Korea). Previous solo shows were held at Alter Ego (Seoul, Korea), and Skibum MacArthur (Los Angeles, USA) under the same title Night Swimming. She currently teaches painting at Sookmyung University.
JUNU Ahn is a visual artist based in Hong Kong. The result of reconstructing the image that flows online through 2D and 3D graphic design is unfolded in various ways. He received his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Film Video and New Media, and presented two solo exhibitions of 'Deleted' at Whistle Gallery (Seoul) 2019, a solo exhibition of 'Foxholes' at FAS, and a group exhibition at One & J Gallery (Seoul) in 2015.