Jihee Min is a Korean-Canadian multidisciplinary artist based in Tkaronto/Toronto. Her practice employs narrative strategies and autobiographical experiences to explore the notion of identity and cultural displacement, in a wide range of media, such as sculpture, installation, performance, video, photography and drawing.
Min holds MFA from Concordia University (2008) and BFA with Honours from OCAD University (2005). She has received various grants from Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, and Toronto Arts Council, as well as, numerous awards and scholarships including the Concordia MFA Studio Arts Award from Concordia University; the Sir Edmund Walker Scholarship and the Carmen Lamanna Scholarship from OCAD University. She has exhibited nationally across Canada and internationally, in the USA, Italy, Finland and Korea. Her work is part of various private and public collections including the city of Toronto (ON), St-Bruno (QC), and Rauma (Finland).
Jihee Min lives and works in Tkaronto/Toronto, the ancestral and traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinaabe, the Chippewa, and the Huron-Wendat. As an immigrant settler, she is indebted to the original owners of this land.