Born Sydney 1971
Lives and works in Sydney
Min's sculpture and installation practice examines metaphysical and cultural esoterica of 1970’s countercultures, ‘New Age’ spirituality and recent renewed interest towards self-help and therapeutic culture. Her installations use strategies of appropriation, corporate branding techniques and nomadic meanings that are contingent and subject to the contemporary dilemma of spirituality.
Min’s practice explores utopias and esoteric practices to reimagine a renewal of connection between nature, community and spirituality in coexistence. By looking back to past and present spiritual movements, Min’s installations investigate illusory hopes, desire, failure and seeks to remodel speculative worlds as possible futures within the contemporary dystopic.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body