Kyungmi Shin (b. 1963, South Korea, lives and works in Los Angeles, California) received an MFA from UC Berkeley, CA (1995). Working with painting, sculpture, and photography, Shin explores various histories, identities and migrations by interrogating colonial, capitalist and religious global expansion and its effect. Shin has presented works at Jeffrey Deitch, Los Angeles; Galerie Marguo, Paris; Orange County Museum of Art, California; The Berkeley Art Museum, California; Art Sonje Center, Seoul; Japanese American National Art Museum, Los Angeles; and Torrance Art Museum, California. Shin has received numerous grants including California Community Foundation Grant, Durfee Grant, Pasadena City Individual Artist Fellowship and City of Los Angeles Master Artist Grant (COLA). Her work is part of the permanent collections at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Getty Center, and the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. She has completed over 20 public artworks, and her most recent public video sculpture was installed at the Netflix headquarters in Hollywood, CA (2018).