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Moyu, meaning breast milk in Korean, is ShinYeon Moon’s attempt to re-nourish her memories of an uprooted past. By letting go of the past and the uncertainty of the future, she is attempting to find solace in the present. Through her artwork, she contemplates how to maintain a meditative balance in life, illustrating her attempts at finding stability in the blur between the real and the imagined, amidst the lonely silence and strangely comforting space that remains in the in-between.
/nām/ mirage, Solo Exhibition, MKFS Gallery, Mount Kisco, NY, February – March 2014
Generations IX: The Red/Pink Show, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, November – February 2014
Dark and Scary Salon Show, The Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, October – November 2013
The Print Exchange, Graphic Arts Workshop, San Francisco, CA, July 2013 / Robert Blackburn Printshop, New York, NY, September 2013
Poetics of Translation, Kimmel Galleries, New York, NY, May – June 2013
[null], Cantor Media Center, New York, NY, May 2013
Oro, Commons and Rosenberg Galleries, New York, NY, April 2013
Visual Aids, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY, January 2013
Villa La Pietra Group Art Exhibition, Florence, Italy, Fall 2012 RESIDENCIES:
Awarded, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN, June 2013
Micro Art Space, Cleveland, OH, May 2014 SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:
Animal Dreams + Spirit Guides, Brooklyn Art Library, National Traveling Exhibition, Summer 2013
Anatomy of Being by ShinJi Moon, Visual Artist, March 2013
Selected for cover, BRIO Journal, Fall 2012
La Trempe (2nd issue), Visual Artist, Spring 2013