Born in the U.S.A. in 1969; lives and works in the U.S.A.
Han has explored the mutual interaction between individual experience and social ties within contemporary culture, through sculpture, photography, ceramics, painting, and other media. Her expression covers a vast range of approaches, from appropriation of classical iconography and craft techniques, to cutting-edge photographic manipulation and innovative painting methods. She has worked as artist-in-residence at numerous international art organizations and museums, including the ARCUS project in 2007. She received the Pollock-Krasner Foundation’s grant in 2007, and was awarded the Sovereign Asian Art Prize in 2009. For KENPOKU ART 2016, she will create an installation that investigates the convergence of human experience within a matrix of interconnected facial expressions, using thin string.