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Burnt Toast Collective – Art Show

Open Life Drawing

Studio Tour + Sale

Current Members

FARE MADE
Leone McComas
Devon Davey Welter
Aaron Jones
Wayne Burt
Chris A Leithead
Dawa Fruitman
Raquel Da Silva
Meredith Jay
Humboldt Magnussen
Hugh Mater
Jihee Min
Nicole Cooper
Sandra Mannila
Stephanie Avery
Tanya Murphy

Jihee Min

Jihee Min has been a White House member since November 2016
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Jihee Min is a multidisciplinary artist based in 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. Based on her personal experiences of Korean Diaspora in both Quebecois and English-Canadian environments, Min is interested in investigating her surroundings to find ways to transcend issues on race, culture, language, and memory, into a welcoming place that fosters discussions. Min received MFA in Studio Arts (Sculpture) at Concordia University (2008) and BFA with Honours in Sculpture & Installation at Ontario College of Art & Design (2005). She has exhibited nationally across Canada and internationally, in USA, Italy, Finland and Korea. Her work is part of various public collections such as the city of Toronto, St-Bruno, and Rauma (Finland).