MFA in Photography-University of New Mexico 2007
Min Kim Park is an assistant professor of photography in the Department of Art and Design. Born in South Korea, she explores issues surrounding gender, ethnicity and identity using performance, video, photography, sound and video installation. Her work draws much from her experience as a journalist in Chicago for the Korea News Daily and Korean American Broadcasting Co. Park's work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her recent video work, Perfect Asian Woman is included in "ArtDisk" a DVD magazine, which was screened at two venues: Miamai MOCA at Goldman Warehouse and Artificial Light 2006 during Art Basel Miami 2006. In addition, she has exhibited a collaborative interactive video installation in a group exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe in Spring 2007. She has also exhibited her work at Arizona State University, University of Houston, Sam Houston State University, and Emory University. Her new work, Zummarella was screened at White Box, New York City in 2010. Park has been an artist in residence at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art and the recipient of a Rosenquist residency at North Dakota State University in 2009. She received a MFA degree in Photography from University of New Mexico in 2007. She has taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Northwestern University and St. John's University.