Sanglim Han is an artist who works and lives in LA/Seoul. Primarily working in new media, she focuses on the way we can exist, identify, and interact. She deconstructs the notion of the human form, embracing nonconformity. In her work, narratives are fragmented and space evolves into a site for fluctuating identities where has no bounds of supremacy, meaninglessness, and ordinariness.
Her works have been presented internationally in various festivals and galleries including IDFX, Breda, Netherlands; Matadero Madrid Contemporary Art Center, Madrid, Spain; Institut für Alles Mögliche, Berlin, Germany; Partícula Coimbra – Space for Art and Culture, Coimbra, Portugal; 14th Biennial Symposium for Arts and Technology; San Diego Media Arts Center; Sullivan Galleries; Richard Gray Gallery. She received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is currently a candidate for the Master of Fine Arts at UCLA Design Media Arts.