About Min Oh
South Korea. 1975.
At the intersection of visual, sound, and performing art, Min Oh observes how a body, in urgency, perceives, consumes, and creates time. She employs performances or the making of it as the material of her work to investigate the sense of insecurity. Min Oh earned bachelor’s degrees in piano performance (1998) and graphic design (2000) at Seoul National University and received her MFA (2008) at Yale University, New Haven. Her work has been presented in Korea, notably at National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea, Buk-Seoul Museum of Art, Pohang Museum, Daegu Art Museum, Arko Art Center, Nam June Paik Art Center, Art Sonje Center, Platform-L Contemporary Art Center, Songeun art centre, Atelier Hermès, Kukje Gallery, Doosan Gallery; and in Europe: Kunsthalle Erfurt, Museum Morsbroich (Germany), Museum De Domijnen, Nederlandsche Bank Gallery (The Netherlands). Her work is part of the collection of National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Korea, Seoul Museum of Art, Daejeon Museum of Art, Leeum Samsung Museum, Doosan Foundation, Platform-L Contemporary Art Center, Nederlandsche Bank.