I'm a first-generation American multidisciplinary artist creating subversive botanical interventions in public spaces. I strive to cultivate fluid and collaborative skill-sharing spaces, nurturing an intergenerational and transcultural dialogue that centers art powered activism.
I am currently confronting what it means to decolonize the garden within the Asian American experience; unearthing the flower as a living architecture of resistance; reimagining what radical community care can look like post Covid-19; and exploring how can socially engaged art can be an embodied practice of care.
I co-founded the DMV Korean American Womxn Artists Collective with D.C. Artist Christina Young, co-founded the Eco-Art Initiative with D.C. Artist Jordana Rubenstein-Edberg, and was selected to be among WomenPhotograph first BIPOC visual journalists open call in 2021.
I am part of the inaugural cohort of the Social Practice Art MFA program with an emphasis in public policy at the Corcoran School of Art & Design at George Washington University, projected to graduate in 2022.
I am currently based in Washington, D.C.