Korean-born and New York-based visual artist Suyeon Na investigates the fluidity of the self and the complexity of the world around her, by manipulating images sourced from newspaper, fashion magazines and patterns on the surface of fabrics we see every day. Na mines the imagery from fairytales, mythology, and Asian folklore which influenced her childhood, and combines them with the remnants of today’s world. Na received a BFA from Seoul National University and a MFA from Pratt Institute. Her work has been widely exhibited at numerous venues in the U.S., Korea, Japan and India, including Context Art Miami, SCOPE New York, New York Foundation for the Arts, Chashama Gallery, Brooklyn Public Central Library, Textile Arts Center, ISE Cultural Foundation, Austrian Cultural Forum, Dumbo Arts Festivals in the U.S., Seoul Arts Center and Uijeongbu Arts Center in Korea, the Studio Kura in Japan, and the Jawahar Kala Kendra Art Centre in India. She has been awarded many artist grants and studio spaces including the Vermont Studio Center Artist Grant, Chashama Work Space Program, and the Contemporary Artists Center.