Yuni Kim Lang is a Michigan-based visual artist who creates sculptures, photographs and wearable art that explores themes of weight, mass, accumulation, hair and cultural identity. She makes sculptures out of rope and synthetic materials where it transcends its materiality and become bodily. She is fascinated by what people give power and meaning to, along with our obsession with adornment.
She had her first solo exhibition in Seoul, Korea in 2007. A recent MFA graduate of Cranbrook Academy of Art, she has had solo exhibitions at Sienna Gallery in Lenox, Massachusetts and Museum of New Art in Detroit, Michigan. She has shown at the Collective 2 Design Art Fair in New York, New York, Parsons Alumni Juried exhibition, New York, New York, Brooklyn Metal Works, Brooklyn, New York, Mercedes-Benz Financial Services, Farmington, Michigan, Galerie Marzee, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. The artist has done a residency at Red Gate Gallery, Beijing, China. She has received a Merit-based Scholarship for her Residency at the Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont.