Min Angel’s fine art practice explores the role of drawing, objects, linguistics and performance in structuring our experiences. Being between things, making associations, action, material and language are her primary concerns. She is interested in transitional spaces, interstices, intervals and shifts; the to and fro movement between thought and thing, registration and experience. Locating her work in chance finds and the space of the pause, she seeks to generate a language of connectivity and examine possibilities.
In ‘Poise’ her first solo show, Min considers the actions of art making and mark making, balancing shifts of perspective, disjuncture or displacement of the norm, looking at the non-everydayness of everyday things, referring to the written and spoken word, to make connections and consider the gaps and time lags in perception and the afterimage that informs her practice.
Min lives and works in London. She graduated from the Slade with a Masters in Fine Art in 2008.