TJ Shin (b. 1993, Seoul) is an anti-disciplinary artist working across moving image, sound, architecture, and sculpture. Their practice explores social infrastructures of liberal humanism, globalized migration, and species governmentality.

Shin has exhibited internationally at the Queens Museum, Buffalo Institute of Contemporary Arts, Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University, Roots and Culture Contemporary Art Center, The Bows, Doosan Gallery, Knockdown Center, and more. Their work has been featured in publications including Artforum, Art in America, ArtPapers, ArtAsiaPacific, C Magazine, The New York Times and more. Shin lives and works in Los Angeles.

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Photo: TJ Shin, Anna Cho-Son, and Boz Garden at Epistemic Circularity: A Listening Party organized by Active Cultures. Courtesy of Roadwork Studios.