The auditorium projection booth provides the perfect setting as the artist creates an installation of enveloping shadows that interact with screen prints on a variety of surfaces, including plastic film, video projections and the viewer. The imagery depicts the interwoven and interdependent relationships of economic and social systems and serve as visual data maps to model the nature of networking networks. Surrounded by the work, viewers become a focal point in the network model, drawing awareness to their own position and significance in these systems Born and raised in South Korea,


Mizin Shin received her BFA in printmaking from Hongik University, and her MFA from the University at Buffalo. Currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Rochester, she is also a co-founder of Mirabo Press in Buffalo.Additionally, Mizin has been the recipient of numerous awards, and her work has been selected for inclusion in many regional and national institutions across the United States, and can be found in a wide selection of public and private collections.