Tiffany Jaeyeon Shin explores the porousness of bodily boundaries and the ceaseless movement of living processes, like fermentation, echoing the history of colonialism. They are interested in the history of conquest and the literal digestion of materials – smells, microbes, and food – as a system of relations that emerges from a complicated history of entanglement.  tiffanyjaeyeonshin @ gmail . com CV

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Coalesce BioArt Lab

University at Buffalo
2020-2021

M for Membrane

Wave Hill
Sept 5  –  Oct 18, 2020  

Artists Alliance Inc.

Artist residency
Sept 2020 - Feb 2021


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Selected Review

Ana Iwataki: Speaking nearby Tiffany Jaeyeon Shin's Microbial Speculation of Our Gut Feelings |  Recess Critical Writing

Microbial Speculations on Our Gut Feelings |  Brooklyn Rail

stain begins to absorb the material spilled on |  Brooklyn Rail

Yellow Skin, White Gold | Asia Art Archive
Col(Lab) 2.0 connects beauty, race, war
Setting the Stage: Korean Women Artists on Performance and Beauty | Asia Art Archive
Ghost in the Ghost | Brooklyn Rail by Emily Sun
Critics' Picks | Artforum
Flesh and Ghosts | BOMB Magazine
Universal Skin Salvation | ArtAsiaPacific
In a New Art Show, Sephora Meets Imperialism’s Evils | Garage