In 2018, M:ST hosted Jin-me Yoon for the M:ST 9 Performative Art Biennial, including the sensory deprivation tank workshop, Relaxing Into Relation.
In 2019, M:ST and TRUCK Contemporary Art in Calgary were proud to work with artist Jin-me Yoon on the creation of Untunneling Vision (working title), shot on location in Calgary including three main triangulated sites: Heritage Park, the old Passchendaele film set on Tsuut’ina land, and the nearby ring road construction site.
More information about Jin-me Yoon's ongoing M:ST residency coming soon.
Jin-me Yoon is a Korean-born, Vancouver-based artist. Since the early 1990s, her lens-based practice has critically examined the construction of self and other in relation to her own direct and inherited history, as well as within broader geopolitical contexts. Unpacking stereotypical assumptions and dominant discourses, Yoon’s work has examined gender and sexuality, culture and ethnicity, citizenship and nationhood. Adopting a wider and wider lens over time, her practice has become a deep investigation into entangled local and global histories existing at specific sites within the context of transnationalism.
Presented in over 200 solo and group exhibitions, Yoon has shown her work across North America, Asia, and Australia, and in select institutions worldwide. She has delivered 80 guest lectures throughout Canada and the United States, and in Korea, Mexico, Ireland, Japan, Spain, and India. Her work is held in 17 Canadian and International public collections, including the National Gallery of Canada, Royal Ontario Museum, Vancouver Art Gallery and Seoul Museum of Art. This year, Yoon was a finalist for the prestigious Scotiabank Photography Award.